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A thought provoking and compelling dystopian world that will change the way you view justice...
A man fights for life--and redemption--in D. M. Cain's riveting new novel, The Phoenix Project.
Britain has descended into chaos as violence and terrorist attacks seethe across this once-peaceful country. Outraged by the steady stream of lawlessness, citizens demand a harsher penal system, and the Phoenix Project is born.
In prisons across the country, inmates fight to the death in a weekly bloodbath while the nation cheers them on.
Raven Kennedy, a prisoner who has never forgiven himself for his unspeakable crime, struggles against his own guilt and self-loathing. But even as the real war wages on within himself, Raven is forced to battle some of the prison's most ruthless killing machines. Can he survive long enough to unravel the anger and regret that shackle him--and one day find the forgiveness he seeks?
'The Phoenix Project by D.M. Cain is a superbly written debut, soaked in tension and intrigue,' Jack Croxall, author of the 'Tethers' trilogy.
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D.M. Cain is a dystopian and fantasy author working for US publisher Booktrope. She has released three novels: The Phoenix Project - a psychological thriller set in a dystopian future, Soren - a middle-grade fantasy, and A Chronicle of Chaos - the first in a dark fantasy series. She is currently working on the next novel in the series, 'The Shield of Soren', and a novella to accompany it.
D.M. Cain is also a member of the International Thriller Writers and is one of the creators and administrators of the online author group #Awethors. Her short story 'The End' was published in Awethology Dark - an anthology by the #Awethors.
Cain lives in Leicestershire, UK, with her husband and young son, and spends her time reading, writing and reviewing books, playing RPGs and listening to symphonic metal.
'The Phoenix Project was extremely hard to put down and even harder to forget once it was over. Each character, the myriad of emotions they endured, and the way my own feelings changed about them as the story evolved, kept me motivated. The Phoenix Project is "Survival of the Fittest" vs. "Religious Redemption" at its best! I highly recommend this well-deserved FIVE STAR book!' Thomas Whaley, author of 'Leaving Montana'
'D.M. Cain has written a deep, sensitive novel with focuses on life, death, and religion.' Kenneth J Kerr, author of 'Life as a Double Agent' and 'The First Madam President'
'A Never-To-Be-Forgotten Masterpiece. In my humble opinion, The Phoenix Project is a masterpiece in every sense of the word. It succeeds in the extremely difficult task of being both thought-provoking and entertaining at the same'. Stewart Bint, author of In Shadows Waiting.
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Book Description Edge, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1513702955