How about if my protagonist is on the plane, going home to Egypt (He's half American, half Egyptian) and is already doubtful of his will to go back home. He says something similar to: 'Was I going there to satisfy the urge of revenge, to kill my mother's murderer? I sure wasn't going there because I'm amazed by the Pharaohs or for missing my old friends whom I don't seem to even remember their names. And what if the past I feared to rise again finally did, especially that I was now headed to the same place where every dilemma in my life had taken place.' That's only a part and it isn't exactly what I'm going to say, but is it generally good? I finished the novel, by the way. So, please don't think my style is that bad. I know I have too many grammar and punctuation errors, but I'm just too stunned that I'm done and I can't think of anything right!!