David meets Goliath in the law courts of England in the 1990's. The advent of the Internet is leveling the playing field as a multinational corporation tries to silence two young political activists in a riveting court case that captivates the political and business world's attention.
The company will try anything (sex, espionage, bribery and coercion) to stop or win this case. In fighting the corporation, a self-absorbed computer programmer discovers romance and a way to change the world one mega-pixel at a time.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Three Clover Press
ISBN: 0981955355 (ISBN13: 9780981955353)
I have been asked to review this as part of the Virtual Authors Book Tours event. I read the description of The Accidental Activist and felt it would be an amazing read. I had no idea how right I would be!
You will quickly love the characters. Matt is certainly idealistic, naïve, and a nice guy. Suzie is spunky, driven, and passionate. Combined they form an awesome team of activists! You will love the prologue—it is so funny!
The Accidental Activist is humorous, fun, and exciting to read. It took me quite by surprise how entertaining this was to read. I would easily read 40 pages without much effort! It was easy to invest in the story and care about what happened. I really want to know what happened in the case that this book is based on!
I finished The Accidental Activist and hugged it and sighed a breath of relief and satisfaction. It is an excellently well-crafted book of epic proportions. Do yourself a favor and read this book!
5 Trees: This book is no accident!
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*This book was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review*