Book Review: Roll the Dice

Roll the Dice

By Wayne Avrashow

Fiery Seas Publishing

November 28, 2017

Political Thriller

I want to thank Fiery Seas Publishing for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity and all views and opinions expressed are my own.

What happens when one of America’s biggest rock stars leaves the Las Vegas stage to run for the United State Senate?

The ultimate celebrity candidate, Tyler Sloan is no stranger to politics – his estranged father was a California governor who narrowly lost a Presidential campaign. He runs as a political independent, refuses campaign contributions, and dismisses special interests and lobbyists.

Sloan is caught in a political campaign fraught with; sexual scandal, corruption and conflicting loyalties. Will he be able to navigate through political turbulence and his own past to win the race?

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Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/VlpxKuyr3OM

I give this book 5 out of 5 Political Thriller Stars! I really enjoyed this book and with it being told from an author with experience in politics mad it that much better! I usually don’t read political thrillers but love all fiction and was definitely intrigued by the thought of a rock star going into politics and I wasn’t let down. The characters were enjoyable and well written. The plot was also solid and 5 star worthy! This book had me flipping pages through the night and was full of scandals and corruption.

I will definitely be checking out the author’s future works and more of this genre! Dani-approved and highly recommended!

About the Author:

Wayne Avrashow was the campaign manager for two successful Los Angeles City Council campaigns and a Deputy/Chief of Staff to those two elected City Council members. He served as a senior advisor for a successful city-wide referendum in the City of Los Angeles, co-authored ballot arguments on Los Angeles County-wide measures, served as Chairman for a Los Angeles County ballot measure, and was a Los Angeles government Commissioner for nearly twenty years. He currently serves as a Board Member of the Yaroslavsky Institute, a public policy institute founded by long time Southern California elected official, and now UCLA professor, Zev Yaroslavsky.

His background in politics, government, business, and law provides unique insight into the machinations and characters that populate political campaigns.

Wayne is a practicing attorney who specializes in government advocacy, real estate, and business law. Formerly, he was an officer in two real estate development firms. As a lawyer-lobbyist, he has represented clients before numerous California municipalities and in Nevada and Idaho. He has lectured at his law school and taught at Woodbury University in Los Angeles. He has also authored numerous op-ed articles that appeared in daily newspapers, legal, business, and real estate publications. In addition, he is the author of a self-published book for the legal community, Success at Mediation—10 Strategic Tools for Attorneys.
Website: https://www.wayneavrashow.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wayneavrashowauthor/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WayneAvrashow

34 thoughts on “Book Review: Roll the Dice

  1. I used to love watching the West Wing. I’m not much into politics myself, which is why I ended up being very surprised that I really liked that series so much. This book sounds like a pretty unique take on this genre. I mean a Rockstar running for a seat in the United States senate? How very awesome is that! Cool review as usual 😊 Also loved the gifs and the “I love Rock and Roll” picture, seriously great! 😀 I don’t think this one could be any more appropriate now than for this review: You ROCK Dani 😘😊😍

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  2. I do love a good political thriller if written properly. I can only think of movies and shows though.. I did want to read the series that inspired the House of Cards show though. But now even the show is drowning because of real-life scandals! Great review, Dani. Glad to hear you enjoyed this. 😉

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