We have a future because we have a Past
Author: Sam Bourne
Publisher: Hachette India
To Kill the Truth by Sam Bourne is a wonderful book that talks about politics and history. Someone is trying to destroy the evidence of history’s greatest crimes. Academics and Holocaust survivors dead in mysterious circumstances. Museums and libraries burning. Digital records and irreplaceable proofs lost forever.
The plot of the story is interesting full of Twists and turns. Divided into 35 chapters the book revolves around the political drama and mystery. The narration of the story is crisp and engaging. One can relate to the story from the very first page.
It’s a fast paced book with a smooth flow. I loved the way the author sequenced the events. Thriller, love, mystery are some themes used by the author to make it an interesting read. The drama and dialogues which keeps the reader hooked throughout.
The story started in a wonderful way. It’s a bit heavy read with too many chapters. The language used by the author is simple and Lucid. The writing style of the author is gripping and upto the point. It’s commendable.
The strong characters had a vital role to play. , I liked the character development done by the author. Each character is justified in its own way, lending credibility to the story.
The cover and the title of the story is attractive. The blurb seems impressive.
Overall, it’s a wonderful story full of politics, thrill and mystery. A story with a wonderful plot, crisp narration, simple language and an Amazing writing style.
Thank you Publishers for the review copy.
Also Read: SHE AND HE BY ASTHA MITTAL : BOOK REVIEW
Get your copy here:
As Black Lives Matter protestors clash with slavery deniers, America is on a knife-edge and time is running out. This deadly conspiracy could ignite a new Civil War – but who stands to gain most from the chaos
Former White House operative Maggie Costello has sworn off politics. But when the Governor of Virginia seeks her help to stop the lethal spiral of killings, she knows that this is bigger than any political game. As Black Lives Matter protestors clash with slavery deniers, America is on a knife-edge and time is running out. This deadly conspiracy could ignite a new Civil War – but who stands to gain most from the chaos? Taut, authoritative and explosive, To Kill the Truth takes us to the edge of anarchy, a world without truth in which history will be rewritten by those who live to shape it.