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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Judgement Day by David Witt is a thriller/suspense novel that takes the reader on a very unique journey where the future of the world is at stake. The President of the United States is Abigail Banister. She is bright, funny, intelligent, determined and belongs to the LGBTQ+ community. To say that she is loved and hated by the masses would be an understatement, but that does not stop her from doing her job and excelling at it. She had many challenges during her career, but the biggest challenge of all seems to be right now. Someone hacked the media and television streams across the globe and claimed to be Gabriel, the messenger of God. He announced that he would be returning to Earth the next day. So when a dangerous asteroid is seen on a collision course towards Earth on the very day that the pseudo claimed to be arriving on Earth, people start panicking. Not for nothing, Abigail is trying her best to save humankind and ensure that there aren’t any casualties. She has a two-week plan that could actually work, that is if people take a chance on her.
This was definitely a different kind of approach, one that I haven’t read so far. The end-of-the-world has been discussed many times, but never in such a quirky and original way. As much as I loved the mystery and the suspense carefully woven into the story, I loved Abigail more. Too bad she is a fictional president because she definitely has the makings of becoming a strong person to rely on. I enjoyed her dry humor, her witty comebacks, but more than that I enjoyed how headstrong and simply tenacious she was when it came to things that mattered the most. The plot itself is exceptionally well-crafted, it is built on a very strong background and the fast pace simply makes the story even more entertaining. All in all, it is a wonderful story that will give you an adrenaline rush unlike any other.