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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
What If They Knew by T R Hendrick is a brilliant meld of historical and political themes in a thriller, a novel that invites the reader into a discussion on the documents that define the American states. In writing that is beautiful and fluid and evoking historical characters and important historical moments in American history, the author takes readers back into the defining moment of American history when the constitution was drawn up. The founding fathers are sure they are doing the right thing in drafting the four documents of the constitution. That is in the past. But given the reality of the political arena today, it seems like they missed a lot of things. In an age where the people depend so much on the government and when there is a lot of controversy with regards to state laws and much divisiveness, there is the crying need to rewrite these binding documents and to do them right. But what might the documents look like had the founding fathers known that the political landscape would turn out to be what it is now?
T R Hendrick tells a story and invites readers to revisit history, and he does so with intelligence, bringing to life people of American history, revisiting the birth of the country and compelling readers to think about the political reality of contemporary America. It is intelligently plotted and the characters are well explored. The book is filled with political and social commentaries and it gets readers feeling as though they are part of the nation-building. I love the fluidity in the prose, the rich historical references, and the deft handling of literary techniques that help to move the story forward. This is a unique book with a unique style of writing.