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Book Review: The Book of Fate by Brad Meltzer

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The Book of Fate The Book of Fate by Brad Meltzer

My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Book of Fate is a great conspiracy novel about the figures on either side of an attempt to control and manipulate information for monetary gain. I bought this book after enjoying The First Counsel, and wasn’t disappointed. Brad Meltzer weaves an amazing story, a rollercoaster ride that is heavily influenced by his research into the politics and procedures of the Oval Office.

Each Brad Meltzer experience is awe-inspiring, ranging from the tele-drama of Jack and Bobby, or the various thrillers he’s had published over the years. The main character is somewhat different for each story though, and is often destined for greatness or an act of brilliance that will inevitably lead to the uncovering of a crime. Though the general structure is standard, the writing is always top-notch, and well worth reading, whether you are a layman or a seasoned veteran.

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