The Auctioneers by Florian Schneider (Book Review #836)


The auctioneers is a fictional story about Anabel Medina, a Salvadoran immigrant and social worker in Los Angeles who, after having famously subdued a rampage shooter on a killing spree in Malibu, rises to become a popular international voice for peace and social equity.

The story treads on political issues and Anabel receives many unwanted attentions for being a hero. She uses the fame to be something, to stand for something and as she befriends, a photographer, Chris induces the confident for her to run for office. As the relationship grows and the connection between them becomes stronger the story takes an interesting turn.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The story is written with a political agenda. The platform Anabel has given isn’t novel but her character and the bond between Chris and her make a sweet story and tells a message.

The literature is written well and the story is straight forward. There aren’t many shockers or foundational storylines that could possibly complicate things. What does exist is a normal paced storyline and a plot that gears to question things in a good way.

I recommend this book to fictional readers and people who like political involved narratives.

Written by Jeyran Main

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