Don’t Fence Me In by Heath Daniels (Book Review #1056)


Don’t fence me in is a contemporary fiction novel. It is set around the year 2017/18 and displays an unsettled America with several bombings, shutdowns, illegal immigrant detainments, and so much more.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Russia aims to sabotage America from within, and by working with countries like Iran and North Korea, they orchestrate acts of terrorism to achieve such a goal.

The storyline was political and reasonably accurate in its standing. It had elements of religion and discussed how power influences civil abuse. Everything was explained in detail. The thrilling nature of the story embodied many motions that kept the book intriguing to read.

I particularly enjoyed the political turmoil and how personal identity was jeopardized due to all the modern political climate.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read political thrillers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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3 Comments on “Don’t Fence Me In by Heath Daniels (Book Review #1056)

  1. Right off the top I have to admire an author gutsy enough to set the story in the past, where it’s so easy for readers to criticize the events & people that are “wrong.” Most novels like this place the action instead many years in the future, when the author and the world have long passed the plot by.

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