If you like conspiracy theories and short fast-moving stories with plenty of action, then this is the book for you.
Having said that, the plot is a little unbelievable - think Dan Brown on a budget - and I would have preferred a lot more detail about the history of the Ameristocracy itself and what it was doing before and since the assassinations of Lincoln and Kennedy to give them more weight in the story than just as a bunch of faceless "baddies". For example, what exactly is the "Renewed Society" program which is the catalyst for a full-blown assault on the Presidency?
Still, Paul Moxham writes his action scenes well. They are very visual and his style is very reminiscent of Matthew Reilly.
Ameristocracy is an enjoyable, quick read and if you were a younger (teen) reader I'd probably give it a rating of 3 1/2 rather than 3.
(review of free book)