Very interesting story line. Suspenseful and gripping. Fast-paced novel about international finance and politics. I really appreciate the way T. Davis Bunn paints pictures with his words adding depth and enrichment to his writing. This book is definitely not light reading.
This is a real political thriller about the effort to take over the world finacially. I never did quite understand the financial details but still enjoyed the story. It has a Christian thought on the idea of Jubilee from the Old Testament. Very enjoyable.
I personally got bogged down with all the financial details but the over all story was interesting.
In T. Davis Bunn's "clever mix of politics, morality, and high-tech suspense" (Publishers Weekly), an ordinary man is asked to take on an extraordinary job: step in for a Congressman and defeat a bill. But the more he learns about the task, the more he suspects he's being set up. And the harder he fights his opponents, the deadlier the game.
Very complex subject matter to me, but I enjoyed this book. Well written, good plot, good character developement.