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I've got a stash of paperbacks at home if you wanted to buy one directly from me? I can give you a discount because you've been awesome ;. Loved this book in its original form,look forward to reading the updated version and Soren looks like book my granddaughter would love. Introducing The Phoenix Project by D.

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To be eligible to win one of these sets, merely leave a comment on any stop along the tour, including this one and you could be one of our two lucky winners!!! Science fiction, fantasy and general geek culture have always been a huge part of my life. As an adult, I am slowly working my way through the great sci-fi and dystopian films and books of our time, and finding an immense love of all things fantasy Game of Thrones is my current obsession. My novel, The Phoenix Project, was released recently and I decided to delve into the themes and ideas within the book to see which of these geek influences made their mark upon my writing.

Headstrong, independent, steadfastly avoiding others in favour of skulking around alone. He makes no effort to befriend others, preferring his own morose company.

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Cloud was and is my all-time love. Maybe it was my obsession with computer games as a child that led me to use this concept for my first novel. That buzz was something I hoped to communicate in The Phoenix Project when Raven is forced to battle some of the near-invincible superstars of the death matches. All of these influences have shaped who I am as a person, and as such, have helped me to write a book that is very dear to my heart.

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If you enjoy the same type of things that I have mentioned within this post, why not check out The Phoenix Project and maybe you'll see something of yourself in it too. 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. Cain is also a member of the International Thriller Writers and is one of the creators and administrators of the online author group Awethors. Michelle Abbott link. Sounds like my kind of book.

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