Root and Branch by Preston Fleming (Book Review #782)

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Root and Branch is a political thriller written about Rogers Zorn, who is a security contractor. He learns that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been using his companies’ discoveries in order to achieve their own disturbing purposes.

The plan is to deploy Zorn’s security threat assessment technology into various cities to estimate the chance of a detainee committing any political violence in the future.  As Zorn realizes that his system is getting abused, he teams up with an attractive female White House attorney. That is when the thrilling story picks up, delivering an excellent form of a political journey.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The literature was intense with all the political and thrilling nature of the storyline. The author had done his research. I particularly enjoyed the fact that Zorn’s company algorithm could determine the likelihood of someone conducting a crime. It was very realistically related to the government wanting to abuse this power to win over the war against the Jihad.

The supplementary romance was a delightful addition to the mix. Everything about the book was enjoyable, and I believe the author has a good pen for writing similar stories.

I recommend this book to people who enjoy political thrillers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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