Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Review: Presidential Conclusions by Douglas J Wood

Presidential Conclusions
by Douglas J Wood

Publisher: Createspace
Pages: 344
Format: book
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Ripped once again from today’s headlines, Presidential Conclusions is a political thriller with unpredictable twists as the inspiring heroine and her rise to the nation’s highest office presents readers with hard decisions on what today’s politician must do and endure to leave their mark in American history. 

America sustains a concerted and devastating series of terrorist attacks, casting the country into chaos, prejudice and fear. Sam needs to find a way of establishing calm and hope. Through a series of moves that allies her with surprising allies, Sam tries her best to reunite the country and bring justice to the murderers who killed thousands of innocent souls. Sam knows she can’t do it all alone, but what compromises is she willing to make? What compromises must every President make to lead this nation? The answers paint a moral story of profound impact. 

Kritters Thoughts:  The third and I think final in the series, and like I said yesterday, if you don't want to be spoiled please stop where you are, but I am definitely going to spoil some things!

First before I really spoil, I haven't mentioned this in previous reviews but I loved how each chapter started with an expert of a speech that Sam made in campaigning or elsewhere.  This third book is different.  The beginnings of the chapters start with experts of speeches made by real people and I assumed that they were all honest experts from real speeches.  It was so interesting how speeches from the past both past past and recent past fit into what was happening in this book that took place in the future.

Now, I loved reading this book with Sam as the President.  I loved seeing her take control of the highest office and seeing where she was going to take the country.  There were times I was sad that her presidency was surrounded by devastation from terror organizations.

Minor but had to note, in this third novel there were moments where the author was recapping events in the past two books so if a reader was just picking up this one they didn't feel left out - I understand the reason for it, but it made for some awkward moments where I was skipping over some paragraphs. 

The other thing that was minor and a little disappointing but not enough to make me unlike the book.  Sam Harrison wasn't in this book as much as the other two.  The other two revolved around her and her decisions, this one focused very closely on terrorism, terrorists and her team as they were trying to rid the world of them.

This was a great series, I would absolutely recommend it to all sorts of readers.  Readers who love political dramas will especially love this one, but if you tend to skip those, try this one, it was a good one!

Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Claire McKinney PR.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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