The big picture of the story in this novel is similar to the stories in American films. About the USA government and their foreign policy, USA and terrorism, USA and their allies, USA and their enemies and USA domestic politics.
What makes this novel different is that the president is told from a first-person perspective with all his thoughts and feelings. President Duncan is described as having high patriotism, prioritizing the interests of the state and nation above his personal interests, family and his inner circle. There were times when he had to put aside the grief of the death of his wife. There were times when he felt hard to make difficult decisions. There were... See More