The M-16 Agenda

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
From the war torn battlegrounds of Iraq to the halls of power in Washington D.C., M-16 Agenda follows one man's rise to the heights of political power, as he struggles to live up to the promises he made to his fellow soldiers, his family, and himself.

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Words: 107,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452453842
About James Wilcox

James Wilcox, a former newspaper photographer and writer, is currently a high school teacher in Kansas City, where is lives with his wife and three children. James, the author of Miracle Child, and two novels: Sex, Lies, and the Classroom and The M-16 Agenda, is currently working on his third novel tenatively titled Sacrificing Tyreshia.

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Review by: Alex Canton-Dutari on Aug. 19, 2011 :
The M-16 Agenda by James Wilcox
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
As I am not a US citizen and do not reside in such country I do not feel qualified to say much about the political descriptions depicted in this interesting novel.
Nevertheless, I was impressed by the author's use of first and third person assigned to the main presidential contender's personal stories. This technique is not always successful. It was in this case.
On the other hand, the way politics is handled depicts a similar world pattern -- I recognized several dynamics familiar in my country. Therefore, the story is scarily believable.
As Mr. Wilcox is a teacher, I feel confident that the passion underneath his words, especially in the M-16 Agenda, stems from his knowledge of what may be facts. In this case, the genre of this novel could be "creative non-fiction."
The plot is of actual interest, and I am sure that there will be many readers who will react to the political theme rather than the prose, which adds a perk to the author's creativity.
To make the reading perfect, I would suggest another editing process for some minor slips in grammar, punctuation and word meanings -- "emancipated" instead of .
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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