This book recaps the efficaciousness of deterrence in the wake of suicidal terror war. It relates to how society could view the designs as well as the desires of those with the will to die. The first two chapters argued that deterrence as we know it may not be efficacious in dealing with the perceptions of those with a will to die and seeks the urge to accomplish the same. The book narrates, that while the expression of ones thought is not s sufficient ground to incarsurate and or condemn them, society should look beyond its present made of correction so as to find a more plausible way(s) of deterring the urge of the people with a will to die. The book viewed the effects and the doctrines of religion as a breeding ground that supports suicide and the urges of a suicidal to murder others in their bid at committing suicide. In addition to religion parsee being an incubator for suicidal tendencies, the unreconcilable rifts among various religious groups has equally enriched the prospects for adverse results from suicidal wishes. The book borrowed a lot from the event of September 11 2001 to fictionally narrate the orientation of the suicidal terrorists and the propergation of their acts of terror. It also viewed the doctrines of the teaches that promises life after death; and pointed out that there is no such paradise nor hell but the best that one makes with their prospects while living here on earth. The book also relates to the concepts of evolution, God and creation. And find that the fact with, the evolution of man from ape, is a result of the sexual conducts of the ape with other animal outside its species.