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Praise for Libertyland

Trade Reviews

International Review of Books

Libertyland is a gripping political thriller that ensnares readers with its relentless suspense and immersive narrative.

This well crafted novel takes you on quite a journey. Each page is full of twists and turns, so you can never tell what awaits in the next chapter, keeping you on your toes till the very end.
The narrative is a rollercoaster of political intrigue and action-packed sequences that will have you on the edge of your seat.

A must-read for anyone who enjoys suspenseful storytelling and thought-provoking scenarios, Libertyland is a tour de force, leaving you breathless and wonderfully disturbed.”

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U.S. Review of Books

“The experiences of every character seem tailor-made for the moment that brings about a perfect storm of calamitous events. 
A high-stakes game of chess is taking place, and the board is cyberspace. Garrick and his friend/crony Eurynomos have taken their billionaire status and manipulated everyone in authority, from judges to agents. In short, the survival of the government has the odds stacked against it.
The end result is an electrifying and delightful experience for readers.” 

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Pacific Book Review

“​Author Peter Sacks writes poignantly for an adult audience… He writes directly—not a word in this book is sugar-coated… He doesn’t give full glimpses into the characters or their pasts, but gradually the pieces build each one's character and start to come together as one reads. The story’s plot is thought out to the finest detail. All aspects have the appropriate amount of description. The book expertly moves at a quick pace.

Libertyland expertly demonstrates the dangers that can happen when a delusional and powerful man gets his way. If you’re looking for an amazing read that is thoroughly engaging and entertaining, you must read Libertyland by Peter Sacks.”

Reader Reviews

Charles Ray, Author

Libertyland by Peter Sacks is a riveting story of good versus evil in which it becomes difficult to identify who the good guys are at times. It takes a deep dive into the dangers of too much greed and not enough accountability in our institutions that quite literally could’ve been ripped from recent headlines.

But Sacks does this all without preaching. Nor does he let history get in the way of a good story that will keep you on the edge of your seat from page one to the stunning conclusion.

I give Libertyland five stars and kudos to a master storyteller.”

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