Featured Review by Jaykik -- The Last Assassination

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Re: Featured Review by Jaykik -- The Last Assassination

Post by Browneh »

It's very interesting how each of us perceive a novel. I personally didn't enjoy the book that much, but you make some very compelling points!

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Your review will inspire one to read this book. It totally sounds like an interesting book to read. Great review.

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I've read a lot of stories with similar conspiracy theory plot. Maybe when I read it, I'll pick out the details that differ this book from the others. Nice review.

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This seems like a book that I would definitely enjoy. Thanks for the great review!

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Not a fan of politically inclined books but, i might consider reading this if given the chance

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The political world is a self-help world where everyone wants to secure themselves despite the risk they put others through. This sounds like an amazing book even though action is not my cup of tea. Thanks for an insightful review. Congratulations.

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Post by Laura Lee »

This is a great review. I'll admit that it was the title of the book that first drew me, but it was your analysis that kept me reading. It sounds like there are some surprising plot twists.

Have you ever read any of Vince Flynn's, Kyle Mills', or David Baldaci's political thrillers? If so, would you say this book is on a par with them?
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