The Frontline: Season 1 Episode 1 by MICHAEL SANTINO (Book Review #957)


The frontline is a Crime thriller and written in episodes of a serial nature. It is written in short installments and can be read in short sittings. The story begins with an investigation conducted over a domestic terrorism incident. The job is given to Christopher Odacio, an FBI agent, and Brett Bonner, an investigator. However, the aim to identify whether American Dawn is a terrorist organization does not come easy.

The story is sharp, fast-paced, and is dramatic. If this weren’t a book, you would think you are watching an action film. The dialogue between the characters was engaging and embodied humor which was a good addition. I found the story to be compelling and exciting to read.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

All of the season episodes have the same book cover design and only differ by title. I appreciated how the author kept the era to be updated to the current political status. The subject matter also discusses racial differences and social backgrounds. Altogether I enjoyed the premise and looked forward to reading more from this author.

I recommend this book to political fiction and those who like action-adventure novels.

Written by Jeyran Main

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