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A dangerous genius unleashes a powerful but simple way to crush the rule of law. Leah, a young Oxford graduate who wants to be Britain's youngest ambassador, becomes pitted against him. Whatever it takes he must be stopped before world chaos erupts, destroying western society. But how? Will her wit and intelligence be enough? Or is there a higher price she must pay? A thril A dangerous genius unleashes a powerful but simple way to crush the rule of law. Leah, a young Oxford graduate who wants to be Britain's youngest ambassador, becomes pitted against him. Whatever it takes he must be stopped before world chaos erupts, destroying western society. But how? Will her wit and intelligence be enough? Or is there a higher price she must pay? A thriller with an unusual twist - all the clues to the mystery element that weaves through the story are italicized. This remarkable novel could herald the beginning of new genre of mystery thrillers.


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A dangerous genius unleashes a powerful but simple way to crush the rule of law. Leah, a young Oxford graduate who wants to be Britain's youngest ambassador, becomes pitted against him. Whatever it takes he must be stopped before world chaos erupts, destroying western society. But how? Will her wit and intelligence be enough? Or is there a higher price she must pay? A thril A dangerous genius unleashes a powerful but simple way to crush the rule of law. Leah, a young Oxford graduate who wants to be Britain's youngest ambassador, becomes pitted against him. Whatever it takes he must be stopped before world chaos erupts, destroying western society. But how? Will her wit and intelligence be enough? Or is there a higher price she must pay? A thriller with an unusual twist - all the clues to the mystery element that weaves through the story are italicized. This remarkable novel could herald the beginning of new genre of mystery thrillers.

30 review for The Destiny Secret: A Plot to Change the World (Second Edition)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Toni Osborne

    (Second Edition) The book is a fast paced thriller designed to get people thinking and talking about where our destiny lies and, where it is dangerous to poke your nose into. Definitely another one of those books not meant for all eyes. The story is complex with constant twists and addresses what societies around the world hope for and ask from their leaders but rarely obtain: honest and open government one that will not be victim of greedy manipulators. This quick read is a cat and mouse game tha (Second Edition) The book is a fast paced thriller designed to get people thinking and talking about where our destiny lies and, where it is dangerous to poke your nose into. Definitely another one of those books not meant for all eyes. The story is complex with constant twists and addresses what societies around the world hope for and ask from their leaders but rarely obtain: honest and open government one that will not be victim of greedy manipulators. This quick read is a cat and mouse game that revolves around a plan to bring America crashing to its knees by implementing a clever plot that targets the foundation that support Law and Order and rendering it ineffective to arrest the perpetrators. The plot is chilling and frighteningly plausible. Some events outline in the book may seem far-fetched but even a cynic like me can realize the possibility. Whether one agrees or not with the author’s viewpoints, it is clear where Mr. Clinton stands and he expresses his thoughts quite a bit throughout the pages. We find a fair amount of characters to keep track of and two protagonists to hold our interest. Even is this subject is covered numerous times in thrillers it still has a touch of originality to it, provides plenty of suspense to captivate us and has an added touch of romance to lighten the mood. It is a good novel if you take it for what it is. On a parting note and after reading reviews on this book it seems the second edition may be the best choice.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Irma

    Have to say I enjoyed reading this political thriller, even though it isn't my usual genre. Fast paced, even humorous at times. Makes one wonder when did we become so complacent. Have to say I enjoyed reading this political thriller, even though it isn't my usual genre. Fast paced, even humorous at times. Makes one wonder when did we become so complacent.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    From other reviews I was expecting to be held captive by this book and unable to put it down. Sadly, that was not the case. I kept from putting it down on several occasions before I finally decided to give it up. It has a good story line, and the characters seem to have depth to them, but it just didn't grab and hold my attention. I found that there were times I would just skim over entire sections, such as one filled with a document on how to improve the government in order to make it a governm From other reviews I was expecting to be held captive by this book and unable to put it down. Sadly, that was not the case. I kept from putting it down on several occasions before I finally decided to give it up. It has a good story line, and the characters seem to have depth to them, but it just didn't grab and hold my attention. I found that there were times I would just skim over entire sections, such as one filled with a document on how to improve the government in order to make it a government for the people, and by the people. It was long and tedious, and far to idealistic for me. I could see some political leanings in the book, but that didn't affect my dislike for it. I'm open minded and like to hear all sides of an arguement in order to make up my own mind, so that didn't sway my review. It's just one of those books that had reviews that made claims which didn't prove true in my case.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    Fans of Ayn Rand's books will feel right at home with protagonist, Leah Mandrille, a "Randian Hero" reminiscent of Dagny Taggart in Atlas Shrugged. The Destiny Secret is similar to Rand's epochs in that an attempt is made by a very few characters to turn world wide dystopia into something more agreeable. The book manages to remain a quick read even though the cat and mouse / spy versus spy stuff does get tiresome at times. I started to become suspicious of the author when I had to get past two d Fans of Ayn Rand's books will feel right at home with protagonist, Leah Mandrille, a "Randian Hero" reminiscent of Dagny Taggart in Atlas Shrugged. The Destiny Secret is similar to Rand's epochs in that an attempt is made by a very few characters to turn world wide dystopia into something more agreeable. The book manages to remain a quick read even though the cat and mouse / spy versus spy stuff does get tiresome at times. I started to become suspicious of the author when I had to get past two different occurrences of children being sodomised in the early chapters. If you aren't too bothered to continue, the rest of the book is perfectly readable. There does seem to be a glaring flaw in the plot. There is quite a bit of computer hacking throughout; and yet everyone's goal seems to be the expansion of true democracy through Internet voting. That doesn't sound feasible. (Beware! The Kindle version is loaded with typos.)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    Concept is the only thing this book has going for it. Everything else is terrible. There are massive run on sentences. Semi-colons placed willy nilly. The time line jumps back and forth with no notice. The heroine does things completely out of character. She just does things that she promised she would absolutely never do. If you can even call her development character building. Other characters go from one country to another with no notice. The author doesn't even bother describe how some main Concept is the only thing this book has going for it. Everything else is terrible. There are massive run on sentences. Semi-colons placed willy nilly. The time line jumps back and forth with no notice. The heroine does things completely out of character. She just does things that she promised she would absolutely never do. If you can even call her development character building. Other characters go from one country to another with no notice. The author doesn't even bother describe how some main characters look until they are inexplicably a love interest. Gag...couldn't even finish this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Victor Muthoka

    All things considered, this is an okay book. I expected to be held captive by it after reading all the reviews but that wasn't quite the case. An evil villain with unending resources unleashes political havoc on the leading world super power with only not aim: to change the political system. Two secret agents from the two leading world super powers are on his trail, ready to do whatever it takes to stop him. Will they succeed? Or will they en up colluding with him instead? Or will they do both? Wit All things considered, this is an okay book. I expected to be held captive by it after reading all the reviews but that wasn't quite the case. An evil villain with unending resources unleashes political havoc on the leading world super power with only not aim: to change the political system. Two secret agents from the two leading world super powers are on his trail, ready to do whatever it takes to stop him. Will they succeed? Or will they en up colluding with him instead? Or will they do both? With a strong concept running throughout the book, your mind will be picked as you unravel the unexpected end that is arrived at.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    The story is a good one; but the ending is just to far fetched to be believable. The story interested me because its about our country and how we have always been the protectors of everyone and how that has caused us to be hated by so many. The consequence's of that feeling is causing the US to be the focus of terrorist attack's that keep coming with regularity. First one man then two replace him, then four until its hitting all around us and causing panic in our cities. The story is a good one; but the ending is just to far fetched to be believable. The story interested me because its about our country and how we have always been the protectors of everyone and how that has caused us to be hated by so many. The consequence's of that feeling is causing the US to be the focus of terrorist attack's that keep coming with regularity. First one man then two replace him, then four until its hitting all around us and causing panic in our cities.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Georgiann Hennelly

    The Destiny Secret is a Political thriller. When a dangerous genius unleashes a simple but powerful way to crush the rule of law. It is up to Leah a young graduate of Oxford who whats to be Britain's youngest ambassador to try to stop him. Whatever it takes it must be stopped before chaos erupts across the world destroying western society. But will her intelligence and wit be enough?Or will she have to pay a higher price? The Destiny Secret is a Political thriller. When a dangerous genius unleashes a simple but powerful way to crush the rule of law. It is up to Leah a young graduate of Oxford who whats to be Britain's youngest ambassador to try to stop him. Whatever it takes it must be stopped before chaos erupts across the world destroying western society. But will her intelligence and wit be enough?Or will she have to pay a higher price?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    A very well written and thought provoking book.Political theorists will love this book,but if you are into political adventure then this will keep you amused.The characters will stand out on their own,they have an intellect,and logic which has been easily understood by the reader in simplistic layman terms by the use of language that Guy Clinton has used. I enjoyed this book immensely.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    What an awesome political thriller! I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. If the world was led in this matter, what a different way we as people could live. The plot was believable and could be implemented if thought on seriously. Thank you for allowing me to read your masterpiece!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kerry

    Thought this was going to be awful when I started but really improved. Enjoyed it immensely in the end . Concept was very interesting but don't read it for the quality of the writing! Thought this was going to be awful when I started but really improved. Enjoyed it immensely in the end . Concept was very interesting but don't read it for the quality of the writing!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stefani R

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shrazu

  14. 5 out of 5

    Karson

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Emrick

  16. 5 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Mandi Kahles

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ana Ramirez

  20. 5 out of 5

    Maryanne Remer

  21. 5 out of 5

    Judy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Russo

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Lamarucciola

  24. 5 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

    Jan

  26. 4 out of 5

    Susanne Channon

  27. 5 out of 5

    Basil Cheddar

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christine Koch

  29. 4 out of 5

    Raine Ward

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

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