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Every book reviewed by Blaze Books in 2013

Blaze Books only launched in November, but as we ring in the New Year we thought it apt to look back at every book reviewed since our inception. Check out the great titles we have covered below, and look for many more to come in 2014:

1. JFK, Conservative by Ira Stoll

Turner or Burner: Turner - 4.5/5

Blazing Fast Review: Ira Stoll presents compelling evidence that, contrary to popular opinion, JFK (on the basis of his strong anti-Communist worldview, free-market inclinations and policies guided by his faith) was a conservative.

Check out the full review here.

2. Inventing Freedom by Daniel Hannan

Turner or Burner: Turner - 4.0/5

Blazing Fast Review: British MEP Daniel Hannan makes a spirited case for the exceptionalism of the Anglosphere, and harkens a call for its people to uphold its values, for the benefit of all of civilization.

Check out the full review here.

3. Life Inside the Bubble by Dan Bongino

Turner or Burner: Turner - 4.5/5

Blazing Fast Review: Dan Bongino describes his thrilling career in law enforcement culminating as a Secret Service agent in the Presidential Protective Division (PPD), and why he was compelled to walk away from his highly sought after position to pursue elective office against heavily favored Democratic Senator Ben Cardin. Along the way he provides on-the-ground insight into the life of an agent protecting the country’s most important assets, and how he developed a political ideology completely anathema to those he served and shielded.

Check out the full review here.

4. The Prince of Risk by Christopher Reich

Turner or Burner: Turner - 4.0/5

Blazing Fast Review: "The Prince of Risk" is a fast-paced, adrenaline-inducing thriller. Following the freak deaths of the Secretary of the Treasury, Chairman of the Federal Reserve and President of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the son of the NYSE President and hedge fund-managing Wall Street scion Bobby Astor is thrust into an investigation of his father’s death. Separately, Astor’s ex-wife and FBI agent Alex Forza in a seemingly unrelated investigation gone bad of a suburban Connecticut home loses her partner, only to discover a massive weapons cache. Astor and Forza find themselves piecing together a tapestry leading to the most sinister of plots to destroy the American financial system.

Check out the full review here.

5. Human Action by Ludwig von Mises

Turner or Burner: Turner - 5.0/5

Blazing Fast Review: The dean of the Austrian school of economics, "Human Action" is Ludwig von Mises’ magnum opus – it covers his entire economic philosophy. This book is the answer to Karl Marx.

Check out the full review here.

6. Unintimidated by Scott Walker with Marc Thiessen

Turner or Burner: Turner - 4.0/5

Blazing Fast Review: Republican Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin tells the story of how he was able to pass conservative reforms including notably abolishing collective bargaining for public workers in a “blue” state dominated by powerful unions.

Check out the full review here.

7. What Doomed Detroit by Kevin Williamson

Turner or Burner: Turner - 4.0/5

Blazing Fast Review: National Review correspondent Kevin Williamson provides an accessible and incisive survey on the rise and fall of Detroit. The lasting message of the broadside is that the very progressive policies practiced in Detroit are being carried out writ large across the nation, indicating that the Motor City’s cautionary tale may be coming to a metropolis near you.

Check out the full review here.

8. The Last Israelis by Noah Beck

Turner or Burner: Turner - 3.5/5

Blazing Fast Review: First-time author Noah Beck writes a military thriller on the Iranian threat to Israel, framed around the fictional story of 35 Israeli submariners tasked with defending their homeland.

Check out the full review here.

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