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We Love You, Madam President

A sci-fi action thriller about a woman who became the recipient of a highly advanced and sentient DNA computer, Adama, that possesses limitless memory storage, and advanced unique skills and abilities.

If you could go back, and wipe your memory of a book you just read to relive the excitement and thrill of reading it the first time, this book would be it. Dr. Alvin Berger is a retired dentist who has written multiple books that are known for their magical way of employing cutting-edge technologies in the book’s plot. One book he previously wrote was titled Adama: A Mind of Her Own. He lives in Boca Raton, Florida during winter and in Kirkland Washington during summer. Aside from being a writer, he is a golfer and a sculptor. At his age, he has achieved significant milestones in his life that involved his profession.

When an AI computer imported from Israel has become more sentient than ever, political chaos becomes inevitable. Bribery and deceit become rampant, and the perverted President of the United States of America and the rest of the deep state conspirators have become more ruthless than ever. America needs a hero to stop President Allen from his nefarious plans. That said, a woman of strong values and sound judgment arises from the tumult. She becomes the recipient to complete the process of Adama’s humanization.

With her newly acquired intellectual skills, will she be able to defeat and unseat the perverted President with his armaments and political power and bring back peace and order?

In general, this is a fascinating book that encapsulates the good side and the bad side of politics and how cutting-edge technologies be used in the right way. The writing style grabs the reader’s attention right away, and the pages keep turning to find out what is going to happen next.

In order to maintain all of the interest and excitement, this is a story that should be delivered as a film.

Purchase the Book Today on Amazon.

Author:  Alvin S. Berger

Page Count: 316

Reviewer: Daisy Thomas

Review Posted Online: March 22, 2023

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