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Nobel Peace Prize (a political fantasy)

by D. Otter

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The committee notifies William Wright of Amory Street he is a candidate for Nobel Peace Prize. He thinks it is a joke set up by a friend. The rest of the novel wanders through political scenarios, philosophy, music, and societal expectations. Will, his family are central to each scenario presented. The author discussed government, power, and politicians on several levels. There is something for everyone as convoluted theories support the notion that the few that do not want the power are the best one to elect. There is irony since those who are called to serve will remain unknown until the public is cued in. Overall, the author plays with words and perceptions. The premise rates a three at minimum. However, the eBook version has problems with missing spaces between words and ellipsis is overused.

The author randomly chose me to receive this book free because I frequently review books within the genre. Although encouraged, I was under no obligation to write a review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. ( )
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