The reason for the three stars is because the writer, while doing a great job with plot, character development, and overall mechanics, tends to jump tenses on occasion, which threw me off, primarily using 'has' when 'had' should be used.
The story is very politically charged, and it is apparent that the author has some issues with conservative radio broadcasting; however, and quite fortunately, the overall story is very compelling which helps offset the apparent slant.
Another thing I appreciated was that the author chose to use a seventy-nine-year-old as the protagonist, which is a nice change from the typical young upstarts that many stories center around.
Overall, a good read.
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