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Reviewed by Maria Victoria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
Peace For Ever More by James Huber is a 108-page novel filled with fascinating adventure, which is actually a sequel to the novel Betwixt and Between by the same author. When all 700 members of the English Royal Family are killed in a bombing orchestrated by the IRA, the UK is thrown into almost complete turmoil. The US president becomes the King of England but he abdicates and the search is on for the next monarch. And as various personalities scramble to stabilize the country, old animosity resurfaces, making it an extremely difficult task. Lt. General Steve Sullivan, a US Air Force officer, is appointed by US President Ray Martin to head his country's Defense Department with the special mission to flush out the IRA strongholds, and a new king is finally installed in the UK but things are not what they seem to be.
James Huber's Peace For Ever More is a fast-paced journey inside the machinations of a government on the brink of disaster. The story unravels with the annihilation of the UK Royal Family and what follows is a mad scramble to deal with the situation. Huber effectively brings us inside the minds of the powers that be and it is an enlightening read. At times sarcastic and at times quite informative, Peace For Ever More is an entertaining read. And as the reader follows the life-changing events brought about by the power vacuum in the UK, it ends in a most unusual way. The novel is also a playful study of human nature with all its attributes, its success and failure, presented in a somewhat grotesque manner.