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Great Britain is on the verge of social collapse. After eight years of disastrous rule under the Labour Government, the country is ready for change. The far right administration of Lawrence Pelham is swept to power on a tide of hope and expectation that his Party can rejuvenate Britain.
Disgraced former political correspondent, Harry Clarke has witnessed the collapse of democracy in Britain. Prime Minister Lance Pelham controls a despotic right wing regime intent on eliminating all immigrants in the country.
Harry Clarke is the iconic symbol of resistance against the brutal regime of extreme right-wing Prime Minister Lawrence Pelham. Imprisoned and put on trial for his life by a military court, Harry fears that he will not live to see his son again.
Paul Dubal is originally from the UK and settled in Ontario in 2008. He is the author of several critically acclaimed novels including the Dictator of Britain trilogy, a shocking commentary on a dystopian near future Britain. His work on human behaviour provides great insight into developing colourful and memorable characters.
What Readers Say
I really enjoyed reading this book. Great work for a first book. Looking forward to more books from this author.
Excellent first novel.
Thoroughly enjoyed the book.
Gripping storyline to the last page.
Looking forward to reading future novels by Paul Michael Dubal.
I understand this was the author's first book - WOW! It was intriguing with great character development, a great storyline, and great regional storyline on Eastern Europe and Canada.
The topic is timely with eh UN naming the year of human Trafficking after this book came out. If I had not read this book - would have thought that applied toward other places but not here in America.
I loved the Canada angle, a country I wouldn't associate this type of issue with. That makes it even more applicable to anyone or in anycity in the world. Very believable.
Great book and I look forward to the next one from this author.
I really truly enjoyed this book. Last night I was up to 2am in the morning because I just couldn't put it down. Paul Dubal has created a story that keeps the reader engaged. Its like the perfect action/adventure movie - the plot kept evolving and moving in the right direction. The characters were interesting; you could relate to them and get a sense of the pain or anguish they were going through. Human slavery, sexual slavery in particular, is a cancer on our society and Paul brilliantly captures the importance of getting on top of this vile crime in this book. This is a must read. Well done Paul.
An absolutely incredible story. Action packed, interesting characters and story line. The story explains a completely different world that could happen in any city or country. I couldn't put it down!