If you are looking for a book that combines politics with fiction, Rule of Law might be for you.
Navy SEAL Team six are on a mission. They have to rescue a captured American Journalist. All seems fine at first as the president is monitoring everything back in a safe room. Putting many lives at risk, the mission starts to fail and eventually the safe mission is not so safe after all. The main issue, the People pulling the strings are in a safe room while the SEAL team is out in the field with little say.
When the members return home, they meet up with Paige Chambers. A young lawyer, she is determined to fight against the Constitution, a risk she is willing to take for the people who were involved.
This book takes the reader through a lot of action, suspense, reality, and law. A fun combination of genres make a great read.
Note to Reader
Rule of Law is not your typical book. it is based off of reality with a lot of fun fiction twists along the way. While it is easy to believe a lot of the book, keep in mind, it is not totally real and in no way should you judge your government by this story.
My Overall Opinion
Rule of Law was a fun read. It was not one of my favorite books, but it was great. I felt it had a pretty decent balance of history with fiction. Not an easy feat when you bring law and the Constitution into the mix.Rule of Law was a well-written book. A fun read if you are looking to add something different to your library.