Hey all, the first review of Jefferson’s Road is in. I’ve copied it straight from amazon’s website.
From Linda Yezak (pprmint777)
“The reasons were compelling–reasons he’d thought of himself. Reasons he himself had written in cyberspace for all the world to see. Reasons to kill the president.
But his brother wanted him to go beyond writing about it, beyond talking about it.
His brother wanted him to pull the trigger.
Tension builds throughout this novel as discussion segues into action; suspense mounts from the question always dangling in the forefront of reader’s mind: will he do it?
Michael Scott’s masterfully written novel explores what could be the very real, very private thoughts of angry American citizens . . . and what would happen if those citizens acted on their thoughts.
Chillingly realistic; frightfully feasible.”
That nicely sums it up, IMHO. Thanks, Linda!