Reviews

Richard Pook’s novel “Who Wants to be President” is a thoroughly enjoyable, suspense filled, intriguing look into Washington politics and how one man’s vision threatens the status quo. Of course, the Washington power structure will have none of it and … Continue reading

Joseph W. Howard on Amazon.com – February 7, 2016

I really liked this book! Who Wants to Be President starts off a little slow (which most books seem to do) but by the first chapter you become invested in Duncan’s honest concerted efforts to change the political landscape for … Continue reading

G Nelson on Amazon.com – February 24, 2106

This is a timely and really interesting book! Who wants to be President provides an interesting perspective on our electoral process. Its a must read given the current state of American politics. I highly recommend it!

Susan on Amazon.com – February 28, 2016

The story has an interesting premise. I could see it as an option for electing a U.S. President in the not too distant future. Even though we know early in the book who the “bad guys” are, I couldn’t wait … Continue reading

Amazon Customer on Amazon.com – March 1, 2016

This book was a breath of fresh air! Not only current but frightfully so. Duncan has a silly idea that grows in his mind. An idea so out of the norm but also almost necessary that it just might work. … Continue reading

The Ardent Reader on Amazon.com – April 14, 2016

At the start of each chapter in Who Wants to be President, there is a perfectly fitting quote; including everyone from Dr. Seuss to Albert Einstein, of the 23 quotes in this book, this is my favorite; Any people anywhere, … Continue reading

Boundless Book Reviews on Amazon.com – April 13, 2016

Who Wants to be President” is both entertaining and informative in nature. Given the current political climate, it was refreshing to read a book that acknowledges and criticizes the obscene political corruption in our current government. This book recognizes the … Continue reading

Kadeejah Kelly on Amazon.com – April 1, 2016

A totally new concept to repair our election system and open our eyes to the “power” that can be abused in government to get their way.

Linda Noack on Amazon.com – April 6, 2016

What a fun read; especially given the current presidential campaign which seems to be just that, a reality TV show. It’s fascinating that Mr Pook has introduced a new political party into the mix to facilitate change in America; again, … Continue reading

James A. deFau on Amazon.com – March 30, 2016

It is a great read! I really enjoyed the book. A great writer said – If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.

Shauna Blake on Amazon.com – March 10, 2016

This book was a breath of fresh air! Not only current but frightfully so. Duncan has a silly idea that grows in his mind. An idea so out of the norm but also almost necessary that it just might work. … Continue reading

Angela Withrow on Goodreads.com – April 14, 2016

I generally avoid books on politics, but what a pleasant surprise when I discovered what the story was about. “Who wants to be President” provides quite a respite from what we have to endure daily with the ‘real life’ presidential … Continue reading

M Wykes on Amazon.com – April 24, 2016

Excellent read!! I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Incredibly thought provoking. What if our current system were that clear and unambiguous. Sequel – Now we have a President! Now what! I’m waiting with bated breath….

CP on Amazon.com – April 16, 2016

Let’s change How we elect a President We are now in a race for the White House. Do we vote against, not vote for, or not vote at all? Or is it the lesser of two evils? Is this bad … Continue reading

Henry Ansell on Amazon.com – May 27, 2016

An extremely relevant story. What a terrific book and it’s concepts. It is so appropriate as to what goes on in our government everyday. It made me feel that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Howard Katzoff on Goodreads.com – June 7, 2016

A good dose of our homegrown Amercan political medicine.   Thoroughly enjoyable Richard Pook has captured the unsettling nature of the world we live in. That the idea of changing the traditional pathway to become the president of the most … Continue reading

Amazon Customer on Amazon – June 20, 2016

A well written look at what so many of us are seeking; a way to open the doors to the exclusive controlled political process In this day and age, especially considering the current political climate, so many of us are … Continue reading

Amazon Customer on Amazon.com – July 3, 2016

An extremely relevant story What a terrific book and it’s concepts. It is so appropriate as to what goes on in our government everyday. It made me feel that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Patti Jane on Amazon.com – June 7, 2016

A must read Who Wants To Be President  I must say I haven’t read a book in a long time, but when I started to read this book I couldn’t put it down. It is a must read a lot … Continue reading

Amazon Customer on Amazon – August 1, 2016

We need a HOME Party “Who Wants to be President” is a timely publication since actual presidential elections are this November. With the elections close approaching and all the nonsense that the presidential contenders are spewing out, it’s time for … Continue reading

Hector on Amazon.com – August 30, 2016

A Must Read Now! What timing with this disasterist election. Couldn’t put this brilliant, well written book down. I would love this story to be real. A masterpiece!! A must read! It makes you want to get involved in fixing … Continue reading

Amazon Customer on Amazon.com – January 14, 2017

An absolute must read! With the rough past Presidential campaign, this is the perfect book to read, no matter who you did or didn’t vote for. This book take the reader on this Thrilling ride and journey into politics, namely … Continue reading

Amy’s Bookshelf Review on Amazon.com- March 18,2017