PRLog - Feb. 27, 2014 - Author Rodney Page’s political thriller Powers Not Delegated was originally released by BQB Publishing on October 30, 2012. According to BQB President, Terri Leidich, “Unfortunately, this riveting and suspenseful thriller that combines reality and possibility, got lost in the politics surrounding the election. Now, the storyline is more relevent than ever, and the book is a great read.”
Powers Not Delegated by Rodney Page
With gripping action, fast-moving narrative, political scandals, and terrorist plots, the book has received positive responses from reviewers:
Susan Bradford, noted author and investigative reporter observes. . .“As Page reminds us, all is not lost. The power still resides with the American people. Will they stand idly by while a corrupt Administration ushers collectivism into the United States or will they educate themselves and take their country back? The ending is one that remains to be written, but with writers like Page sounding the clarion call, the country can be exactly what the people envision, one with honorable leaders who respect the limits of power enshrined in the U.S. Constitution and embrace the country’s exceptionalism. . . .”
Conservativefiction.com says, “…Page’s story takes the standard political potboiler and, without apology, uses it to expose some of the real-life horrors that today’s politically liberal establishment leaves us open to. . .”
In a recent review Before It’s News writes, “I have often thought to myself that one could take the last five years of what has happened in this country and use it for the foundation of a great fictional read. Well, Rodney Page has managed to do just this with Powers Not Delegated.”
Netgalley says, “This book is a page-turning thriller.”
And readers agree:
“There is a lot going on in the book with intricate political dirty tricks and maneuvering, fanatic terrorist plotting, and the behind the scenes lurking power behind the throne, any one of which could have been fleshed out into a stand alone book.”
“Don't expect your typical liberal/conservative slants. Unique twists. Great read, page turner, thriller, and very timely....”
“Though not normally a fan of alternate history, this timely novel exposes some of the weaknesses in America’s policies and politics.”
“Mr. Page has laid out a story line that is strongly suggestive of our current administration and national legislators…
The print book can be ordered through any bookstore, is available through online booksellers and from the BQB online store at http://bqbpublishing.com/
About the Author
A Georgia native, Rodney Page’s business career is broad and deep including senior management positions and consulting for many industries, to startups for Fortune 50 firms. He is a Grady College of Journalism, University of Georgia, graduate. He satisfied much of his desire to write by creating countless strategic and planning documents and a biweekly column for a major newspaper. In 2005, Page published the successful Leading Your Business to the Next Level: The Six Core Disciplines of Sustained Profitable Growth.
In Powers Not Delegated, Page combines his avid history studies and fervent current political events knowledge with his lifelong desire to write a novel—his first foray into fiction. The result is a perfect mesh of his knowledge of history, business, and current events into a relevant and plausible tale of domestic and international intrigue. For more information, visit http://www.powersnotdelegated.com.
About BQB Publishing
Founded in August of 2010, BQB was created to be “the writer’s publisher,” focusing on quality writing from new authors. An independent hybrid publisher, BQB combines the quality processes of traditional publishing with hands-on author involvement to bring today’s new writers and tomorrow’s best sellers into the hands of booksellers and the reading public. To learn more about BQB’s publishing process and submission guidelines, visit www.bqbpublishing.com.