What the readers say





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And the Reviewers...

Conservativefiction.com says,...

"Page's story takes the standard political potboiler and, without apology, uses it to expose some of the real life horrors that today's liberal political establishment leaves us open to..."

Susan Bradford, noted author and investigative reporter observes...

"As Page reminds us, all is not lost. The power still resides with the American people. Will they stand idly by while a corrupt Administration ushers collectivism into the United States or will they educate themselves and take their country back? The ending is one that remains to be written, but with writers like Page sounding the clarion call, the country can be exactly what the people envision, one with honorable leaders who respect the limits of power enshrined in the US Constitution..."

Netgalley writes,

​"This book is a page-turning thriller."

Powers Not Delegated

...A path for the people to take back their country...

​​Author Rodney Page weaves a riveting and suspenseful saga of an administration plagued by corruption and erupting scandals leading to inevitable criminal cover-ups that escalate to blackmail...and much worse.


A legal challenge to the administration's overt violation of First Amendment rights makes its way to the Supreme Court, itself on the verge of succumbing to Washington's creeping deception.


An evil alliance between Al Qaeda and Iran plots the murder of thousands of Americans, but the danger is ignored by distracted politicians more intent on subverting the Constitution in order to retain power.


Already rocked by a crumbling and disintegrating administration, the nation is paralyzed as terrorists successfully infiltrate the southern border and make their way undetected to their targets. 


In the midst of a government run amuck, remarkable courage is displayed by a group of governors, the CEO of an automobile company and a congressman from coastal Georgia as they fight to bring the country back from the abyss.


But are they too late?

"Fiction but incredible ring of reality of life in American politics."


​"The plot is ripped from today's headlines for an only to be hoped for outcome."


​"I have often thought to myself that someone could take the last five years of what has happened in the country and use it for the foundation of a great fictional read. Well, Rodney Page has done just this with Powers Not Delegated."


​"Don't expect your typical liberal/conservative slants. Unique twists. Great read, page turner, thriller, and very timely..."


​"Mr. Page has laid out a story that is strongly suggestive of our current administration and national legislators...It is not written from neither a Democratic or Republican point of view; it is a fresh new way of thinking that most citizens will find positive and hopeful...It will be a long time before I stop thinking about Mr. Page's words."