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Chinemezu Okafor
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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Book of Life" by Ken Curtis.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Doran Nastov is a thirty-nine-year-old telegenic figure and a celebrity tech entrepreneur. He acquired his fame and money from his Nastcoin, which is on the verge of becoming the world's most widely used cryptocurrency. Doran was known for his philanthropy works which he usually did in other to hide away from his past guilty of quitting his Christian background and because of some personal motives.

Vice president Rogers always played a role of a surrogate as he was sent to represent the President in almost every event. Vice President Liam Rogers was considered unnoticeable by the Congress members, especially in the administrative aspect of politics. Unexpectedly fate had a different plan for Rogers as he now tries to figure out how to unveil the cause of the tragic death of President Stannin and also how to restore his country to order.

Book of Life by Ken Curtis is an educational and also political sci-fi novel. This book helps readers to find political meaning in entertainment. The first thing I admire about this book is the plot. The plot of this book has a lot of twists; honestly, it made me eager to want to read more. For example, when President Stannin died in the White House, I was eager to know what next would happen. Another interesting thing I appreciate about this book is the unique characters, the characters have their unique personalities, and I can easily say that my favorite character is Vice President Rogers, a very likable figure in this book. Also, I admire the writing style of this book as it is very skillful. In each part of the book, the writer relates the circumstances to the title given to that section of the book. I equally enjoyed this book as I learned things relating to the White House and also relating to politics. Furthermore, the suspense and mystery initiated in this book by Ken Curtis made this book more interesting as I was able to read this book without getting bored at any point. The emotional aspect of this book was touching. I felt sad and happy at some points. For example, I felt really sad when President Stannin lost his life. I was happy when the vice president married Karis. Another amazing thing I valued in this book is the fact that it was incredibly well edited, as I didn't seem to come across any grammar errors.

However, the only thing I don't really like about this book is that it ended up leaving some questions unanswered. Aside from that, I like everything about this book. Therefore I will be rating this book 4 out of 4 stars. I am giving the book such a perfect rating because of all the positive things I stated above and because I enjoyed this book.

I recommend this book to anyone who loves political sci-fi and anyone who yearns to gain diverse knowledge on politics. I also recommend it to lovers of sci-fi in general. This book contains some Bible passages and beliefs. Just in case it doesn't appeal to you, you should not read it.

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I am absolutely in love with technology and all of the benefits it provides by making things so much easier. There is a downside, though. It can be used by unscrupulous people to make things much more unbearable if it’s not monitored.
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