Resurrection-An American Journey
If you go back through history and look at any civilization, one commonality stands true. Power and money are held in high regard and are the great equalizer of people, governments, and countries all over the world. Resurrection: An American Journey Volume 2, by WH Wisecarver, is a thrilling novel that looks at the financial and political powers that exist today in America and raise questions that should, or maybe shouldn’t, be asked. Kirk Danner is an independently employed financial wizard that is more than meets the eye. His counterpart is Leila Freyan, a mathematical genius who not only understands Danner’s methods and ideology, but can keep up with his banter. However, Danner is much more than he appears, and as his other-worldly abilities emerge, his and plans for the financial state of the United States is slowly unfolded before Leyla’s eyes. She must chose to follow her mentor or intercept impending devastation.
Resurrection: An American Journey Volume 2 is a thrilling and complex follow up novel to Resurrection- America Awakens that will keep readers guessing page by page. At first, it can seem overwhelming. The beginning of the book, set somewhere in the future, contains volumes of information, reasoning, and history beyond history that can be a bit confusing at times. Despite this, the draw to dive into this book was well planted by author WH Wisecarver, and I found that slowing down and re-reading sections before I dove into chapter one helped immensely as the novel unfolded. Much of information discussed between characters in the book consisted of financial plans, company purchases, trades, and historical information full of the triumphs and failures of governments around the world through the ages. Again, it can come across as overwhelming at times, but is well written and easy to follow if you take the time to connect the information with the characters. It is these well written characters that carry the message of the novel to the readers, helping to develop the novel’s purpose, as well as moves the story along at a good pace. Overall, this is not a fast read, but it is definitely a book to put on your list to read.