Book Review: Sleer Campaign by John Rogerscategories: Book, Health Care, Obamacare, Romance, FDA, Terrorism, Congress, Revenge, Pharmaceutical, Greed, Love, Politically Incorrect, Corruption
John Rogersabout this book: Sleer Campaign is a novel that explores the inner workings of pharmaceutical companies, the FDA, Congress, outsourcing and radical terrorists. It paints a picture of greed, corruption and rampant nepotism through the eyes of innocent employee who is inadvertently thrown into their complex maze. It is a story of love, compassion and the ultimate triumph of good over evil, although the road to this ending is punctuated with heartache and sorrow.
This book was inspired by my involvement with the pharmaceutical industry for many years and its purpose is to explain that many people in the industry are not the greedy CEOs that are routinely portrayed by the media. It will interest any family that has to rely on insurance companies to obtain life saving medicines. It is not a politically correct novel and may insult those who want to blame the industry for the high cost of healthcare.
The book took 3 years to write and the hardest part was the realization that the fictitious story could put my welfare at risk. In fact I am using a pen name for fear of retribution from Islamic groups and from being blacklisted by the industry in which I still work.
There has never been a novel that links together the elements responsible for health care, job creation, Islamic extremists and the government. It is poignant, funny and realistic and opens up a world that most people have never witnessed. It's a fast read and will help you understand what goes on behind closed doors of people in power. The title comes from a scene in the book that I can't reveal - you need to buy the book to find out (Lol). And don't tell your friends how I came up with the title until they read the book either.
I truly hope you enjoy it.
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Sleer CampaignThis is an excellent book. Suspenseful, fast paced, funny, sad and very realistic. The ending will delight anyone who lived through September 11, 2011. I highly recommend it.
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