All in the name of God by James Weir (Book Review #878)

All in the name of God is a dystopian thriller set in a world that is run by Evangelicals. They have taken over the government and rights to many things, such as the right to vote for Muslims, or reproduction for females, or even homosexuality.

When Abby loses her girlfriend during a DCA raid, anger takes over, and she sets off to take revenge on everything she stands for. Abby is not alone, though, and has Kyla, the governor of California, to help her overpower the President and all of his accomplices. The land has become a pure dictatorship, and the environment is filled with injustice.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Abby’s background being a specialist in weapons really helps her in taking revenge. Her attachment to the cause and the fuel that drives it is admirable. When freedom is taken away from humans, life is not worth living anymore, or to say the least, quality of life is meaningless, so it was fascinating to see how the story was going to play out.

The action thriller was fast-paced, and the literature was fun to read. I believe the author has the potential to write many good, thrilling, dystopian novels and I look forward to reading them.

I recommend this book to dystopian thriller readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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