It's All Up To Us

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Interested in politics? Sick and tired of the political corruption in this country? Follow Brian Connelly as he runs for the Senate, and wins! In Washington, he gets censured because he votes his conscience, so he runs for President. Once he gains in popularity, the true power broker feel threatened and multiple murder plots converge on him --- with a sweet love story intertwined into the plot. More

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Mr. Fitzgerald lives south of Columbus, Ohio, and is hard at work on his next book.

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Keith Macksey reviewed on July 17, 2011

If Chris Hedges, author of "Death of the Liberal Class," decided to write a book of fiction, this would be it. In this case, this author, K.W. Fitzgerald, has given us an unlikely protagonist who is facing long-odds in his quest to become President of the United States. What Brian Connelly has to say and to learn on his road to the White House is a clear commentary of current times, even though the novel is set in 2004.

I've not finished the novel yet. Still, even though I'm only 2/3rds through, the writing is crisp, the characters believable, and with plot development containing enough ups-and-downs to cause the reader to wonder what Washington next has in-store for Brian Connelly and his new spouse.

Brian Connelly's ideas and rhetoric will shock some; for others, the concepts will be entertaining fiction only. In any case, if a candidate ever emerges espousing these ideas, I suspect s/he will be marginalized by both of the parties pretty quickly. Else, would a Brian Connelly ever actually begin to succeed in his quest to reform government as described in this book, it is likely someone would monogram a bullet with that reformer's name.

Perhaps that's the ending I'll read soon.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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