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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
In A Perfect War by Elvo Fortunato Bucci, America has a new enemy. A faceless enemy bent on bring the great nation to its knees. Sohiro Yagachi crafted an intricately elaborate plan that would see his country reign supreme over the rest of the world and, more importantly, make America pay for the pain it had inflicted on his people. What started out as a covert and highly controversial nuclear deal between Japan and Russia had set in motion a series of events, including the firing of the Director of the CIA in an attempt by the powers in Washington D.C. to save face. However, unknown to these D.C. players is the fact that this is actually someone else's game that they are playing. As more major but seemingly random events continue to spring up, only the disgraced former CIA boss sees a pattern and is determined to put the pieces of the puzzle together. But can anything be done to save America, or is it too late since every manoeuvre made by Washington so far has played right into the enemy's plans.
A Perfect War by Elvo Fortunato Bucci is a deeply insightful story that gives a fresh look at the issue of deficit spending and its catastrophic consequences if the right checks and balances are not put in place. The story comes to life through an amazing setting with a well blended contrast between the two sides of America, depicting the power players as they make their moves and the plight of the average American who is oblivious to these power games and yet is the first victim of the consequences. Dirty power and money games, espionage and betrayal on every level and at the highest levels, this book has it all. A Perfect War is a truly captivating story with a very realistic plot that left me with one thought - America needs to get its act together before it is too late.