Tag: Political thriller

The Patriot’s Grill By Steven Day (Book review #1022)

The Patriot’s Grill is a thriller sci-fi story. It begins in the future, dating to the year 2099 where America has a dystopian dictatorship, and democracy is a far-fetched concept. Joe Carlton, a bartender working at a Grill restaurant, has been at his job… Continue Reading “The Patriot’s Grill By Steven Day (Book review #1022)”

Deadlock by Thomas Murphy (Book Review #943)

Deadlock is a political thriller portraying a scenario where an electoral deadlock takes place. This is when no one is elected as president.

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.

Root and Branch by Preston Fleming (Book Review #782)

Root and Branch is a political thriller written about Rogers Zorn, who is a security contractor. He learns that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been using his companies’ discoveries in order to achieve their own disturbing purposes.

Possessed President by Amo Sulaiman (Book Review #798)

Possessed President is a political fiction. The story begins with Earl-Dylan and Osray traveling to the white house so that they can save the President from Mr. McGarvish. He possesses the President’s mind, and the two have to face Mr. McGarvish in order to… Continue Reading “Possessed President by Amo Sulaiman (Book Review #798)”

Ashes of Liberty by L.A. Golding (Book Review #700)

Ashe of liberty is an urban fantasy story written about an ex-cop called Luther Martel. A deathly virus has taken California by surprise, and he attempts to save the city by awakening the dead. This comes at a cost as he finds himself caught… Continue Reading “Ashes of Liberty by L.A. Golding (Book Review #700)”

Money, Blood and Conscience by David Steinman (Book Review #668)

Money, blood, and conscience is a tale written with a combination of fiction and investigative journalism. It includes a political call to action for the reader and has a strategic role in Ethiopia’s recent democracy revolution.