Beth's Review: Mirror, Mirror at 1600 D.C. by Edward Galluzzi
Author Provided Copy
Publisher: CCB Publishing
Released: December 20, 2010
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Political
Length: 256 pages
Format: ebook, paperback
Under any circumstances, the role of the President of the United States is arduous and replete with challenges. The enduring patriarchy of presidents had ended with the first woman elected to this high office in America. This pioneering leader is delighting her supporters and readily converting her critics when she is kidnapped suddenly. But by whom? And for what reason? The unfolding plot is a matter of survival--not only personal survival, but also hanging in the balance is the endurance of the Presidency and the privilege of democracy in America. It will take a very special agent to expose the sinister plot. But whatever the costs, the President must be recovered--dead or alive.
Five Boundless Stars
This is definitely what I call a political thriller. Readers are brought in from the beginning and kept by the suspense throughout the entire book! The characters are easy to relate to and well developed; they also continue to develop and relate to one another as the story goes on. Readers become more informed with just what they need as the story unfolds; nothing more, nothing less.
The mystery and suspense with keep the pages turning and the twists will blow your mind! I find it extremely difficult to review books like this; there are so many surprises and possible spoilers, I can’t really say a lot, so I will just say, “Read it! You’ll love it!”
My only suggestions would be to have the language less “formal” when they are in more personal scenes; I know they’re in powerful positions, but everyone relaxes every once in a while.
Despite the formality of the language, I absolutely loved Mirror, Mirror at 1600 D.C and rate it with 5 Boundless Stars.