Money, Blood and Conscience by David Steinman (Book Review #668)

Money, blood, and conscience is a tale written with a combination of fiction and investigative journalism. It includes a political call to action for the reader and has a strategic role in Ethiopia’s recent democracy revolution.

The book emphasizes on Ethiopia’s present-day struggle for freedom. The author uses fiction to draw attention this way and succeeds in writing this book grasping the reader’s attention in portraying the battle Ethiopia faces and the heart-rending harsh situation they endure.

 

The literature is written with precision, containing descriptive writing. This allows the reader to raise questions and ponder over the political story.

 

I particularly enjoyed how masterfully the author chose to tell this fictional story, yet kept it real. I believe the book would suit anyone that enjoys political thriller stories, suspenseful and multicultural plotlines.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

 

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