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28 October 2019
The Native American fight against Corporate America is played out in this novel. Heartbreak, helplessness, politics and greed create a thought-provoking read. The writing style was descriptive and contained plenty of dialogue, yet the pace of the story was quite slow in my opinion. I feel it was bogged down by monologues and debates.
The Kingmaker spends time setting the scene. As it progresses, more romance shines through, however, the main focus remains on our leads Lennix and Maxim fighting for what they believe in; Native American rights and sustainable clean energy.
As a non-American reader, I found themes in The Kingmaker informative, but I must admit this theme is not my usual go-to read. In saying this I still found the characters well written and likeable. Lennix is a strong female with passion and drive. Maxim is not threatened by her strength and independence.