Fractus Europa Book Review from @kleffnotes

Fractus Europa is a collection of short stories that examines politically connected topics through fictionalized accounts. Journalists and experts who have experience in these fields have been brought together in this book to showcase the breakdown of ideologies and idealism in the Eurozone. Delve into these stories and see the world in a way that you never have before.

Edited by Eric C Anderson, a former US Intelligence officer and writer of numerous thrillers, the late author has a prolific portfolio of work and with Adam Dunn, author of the More series, they have put together a well crafted volume. The stories inside examines topics like the crumbling NHS infrastructure in post-Brexit England, a terrible secret concerning American/Russian relations, and a refugee in Germany trying to keep himself being associated with the stigmas tied to an influx of Syrian people in the country.

These stories feel as though they could be true, even ripped from the headlines in the way that many law shows present themselves. What makes this such an interesting read is that the authors of these stories use their skills to create something that feels so real. I found myself questioning how fictional the stories truly were, though they do clearly state they are fiction. This is a perfect read for political thriller fans and will completely transport you. You can get your copy of Fractus Europa today.

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