--Winner 'Cross Genre' Category 2018 American Fiction Awards--
This award-winning novel weaves elements of a dozen genres into a tapestry of laughs, fast-paced action, and surprises.
James Wong built a billion-dollar software company with his childhood friend, Maria Cortez. He had everything until an ultra-rich investor stole control of his company. If only he had the power to fight back. In a video game, he would use a power-up to defeat the villain. Maria tells him there aren't power-ups in real life, but James finds the ultimate power-up watching TV in a bar: become president. Making important life decisions in a bar, what could go wrong?
James starts his campaign with a question: how would you fix America? When James and Maria land their own reality TV show, James tries to answer that question. They must uncover secrets about their company and themselves, as the world falls apart around them. It will take every ounce of Maria’s strength and every crazy idea James can muster to get their company back. Can they survive the chaos of reality TV, the corruption of Washington, and the dark forces aligned against them?
What readers are saying:
'One of the most original and creative stories I have read in a very long time.'
'The story keeps you guessing and in the third act the intrigue and politics give way to a conclusion full of heart-pounding action.'
'There’s a surprise around every corner—be prepared to laugh, cry and for your heart to race.'
'Thrilling pacing and breakthrough concepts leaves the reader seared in thought.'
When I began writing the book in 2014, I was afraid that many of my ridiculous subplots, like a presidential candidate with his own reality TV show, were too hard to believe. Then Trump ran for president, and the book became more plausible by the day. When events similar to what was in my book began to happen during the 2016 election cycle, it got so weird that I stopped reading the news. When I went back later to research the 'Fact Versus Fiction' section after the ending, I found even more events similar to the book had happened.
The Internet President
None of the Above
Publication date: 12.03.2019
An Asian-American runs for President. Can he survive Washington corruption?
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