How does the book explore themes of loyalty, perseverance, and international relations?

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How does the book explore themes of loyalty, perseverance, and international relations?

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How does the book explore themes of loyalty, perseverance, and international relations?
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The book narrative was based on loyalty from all those involved. If it wasn't for the people being loyal and trustworthy, the operation would not have been successful.
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Going overseas on a dangerous assignment to help others is the epitome of loyalty!
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protagonist’s unwavering commitment to finding Freddie while facing numerous obstacles in a tumultuous setting also the complexities of global politics and the impact of international events on individual lives. It's a story that shows how individual actions can have big effects on the world.
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