I remember the day Princess Diana died, I also remember the day J.F.K. was assassinated. Many years after the Kennedy assassination, well-known author, Stephen King, took up the what-if challenge — what if JFK hadn’t been assassinated? I did not particularly like King’s vision of a future with Kennedy in it.
“The Muslim Prince”, by Roger Ley, is another what-if story regarding a woman who could have been Queen of England except for infidelity and divorce. Afterward, she dedicated her life to humanitarian causes while loving her two sons (one of whom would become the future King of England) and was loved by many, including her fiancé, Dodi Al Fayed, born in Egypt to a billionaire and achieved success in his own worldly endeavours.
IF Diana and Dodi had survived, how might their lives have affected the future monarchy of Britain… and beyond? Ley answers this question brilliantly. In my opinion, he thought out every achievable action, reaction, situation, technical invention, relationship/s, dynasties, and personal developments with deep consideration and realistic possibilities. If you are ready to peak into an alternate Universe where Diana and Dodi did not die, this is an eye-opener. The story (back stories as well) are well-developed and masterfully told. This is an absolute 5-star read! Bravo to Mr. Ley!