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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Vivian Arnold was a first-year resident doctor, putting up with the hustle and bustle of the medical profession. To ease off, she attended a Halloween party with her colleague and a longtime friend. Life was good until it wasn’t. Vivian woke up to find her world in chaos, and when she checked the news, it was a state of anarchy. Victor and Isaiah, known as the Bela brothers, had killed all the politicians, their families, the president, and millions of citizens. The mass murder was their idea of cleansing to create a new and better world. Vivian needed to get to her friends, Enzo and Lorelai, but she was trapped by the invaders. Circumstances would force her to choose between upholding her Hippocratic Oath or being human in Capitol Dissent: Part 1 by G.H. Reinhardt.
Capitol Dissent by G.H. Reinhardt is a short but intense novel. This book had a great plot, and the narrative was intriguing. I loved the suspense, action, and depth of the characters. The story was also thought-provoking, gave reason for soul-searching, and raised questions. Who determines which people are good or bad? What gives anyone the right to commit mass killing in the guise of restoring order? Where do we draw the line between duty and being human? How ironic that Victor didn’t hesitate to hurt others but wanted to save his kin from pain. Is a doctor justified in denying help to persons who inflicted harm on them? I loved this story, and Reinhardt is a brilliant author who engaged my mind. I am looking forward to part two, so keep writing.