The Smallest War by Mark Sheehan (Book Review #1455)


‘The Smallest War’ is an action-adventure filled with thrill and intense elements. America and Russia are at each other’s throats from a treaty that was made between them back in 1867. The concept of the story revolves around oil and how both countries have the right to it.

While the political adventure and legal thriller keep you intrigued and interested, it may not be enjoyable for anyone who isn’t into these conflicts. The way of storytelling had a steady pace, adding to the drama and suspense.

The added employment of action and the dynamic of the tale made the entire story more engaging and exciting tale. I recommend this book.

Written by Jeyran Main

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