Book Review: Born Leaders by David Amir

Title: Born Leaders
Author: David Amir
Genre: Thriller, Technothriller
Rating: 3,5 stars
Purchase: Amazon

Imagine waking up injured in a miserable shack with no memory of what happened!

When a desperately wounded man regains consciousness, he finds himself lying on a straw mattress in a desolate shack. An improvised IV embedded in his arm, he is in excruciating pain with no recall of how he got there, how he was wounded, or his own name…

Across the Atlantic, a huge global corporation is in the throes of a serious crisis. The brilliant CEO brought in to save the day is struggling valiantly, but so far his best efforts have not succeeded.

Meet amazing Adam Stone, whose management strategy captivate the world!

Adam Stone, a mysterious visionary, seems to have all the answers. With endless patience and determination, and a trailblazing theory of leadership and management, he works steadily to pull everything together into a master plan for the revolution that will astound the world. What will it take for Adam to get all of the pieces to fall into place?

Born Leaders is a fascinating mystery/thriller in which the author draws credible, believable characters, and mixes it with an entertaining plot and solid writing.

Particularly interesting is the character of Adam Stone. Adam is a mysterious visionary who seems to have all the answers with a trailblazing theory of leadership and management, and a revolutionary plan that will shock the world.

Not my usual genre, but it had enough fascinating aspects to keep me entertained – especially to see how easily the system could be manipulated to discover leadership skills in children from an early age forward, and how schools could be used as selecting grounds for future leaders.

Good insights, thrown into a fictional book, this is an interesting read but probably not for everyone. If you do enjoy this genre, read this book, though – you’ll be pleasantly surprised.


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