The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice

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What would you do if everything you said and did was monitored and used to force you into working covertly for the government? Watch the events unfold as college student Andrew Lancaster is coerced into working for a government official known only as the Benefactor. In return Lancaster will receive the answer to the question that has plagued him for years; who killed his mother. More
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About Andrew Hess

Andrew Hess is a resident of Long Island New York who likes to spend much of his time traveling between Long Island, New York City and the Dutchess County areas. In 2011 he debuted with his first book Chamber of Souls, a small book of free verse poetry which depicted the struggles of a man who thought he had everything in the world only to feel like he lost everything after a rough break-up. In 2013, Andrew debuted his novel The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice; the first in The Phoenix Blade series.

Andrew is also a blogger at TheWritersRevolution13.blogspot.com where he interviews and promotes other authors in order to assist indie authors get more exposure. Andrew is also a frequent guest on the Anthony Charles Podcast, a show dedicated to creative professionals as they give insight into their works and the lives they lead; guests have included authors, comedians, musicians, stuntmen, actors and producers.

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Review by: A. R. Senault on Dec. 16, 2014 :
Andrew Hess is a new author you must follow. I finished his book, The Phoenix Blade, with my mouth agape from disbelief, but my heart content, because he went a full-circle with the story and characters. The plot surprised me; it took a few twists I didn’t expect. Andrew takes an everyday group of ordinary friends playing a game of what-if, and turns them into a group of assassins, assigned to turn their game into reality. At times the story was surreal, much more like a Tarantino movie because the characters carry out their ‘justice killings’ swiftly and nearly removed. But not so removed that the characters lacked love. Instead, their friendships were strong and their ability to love was great. I cannot wait to read the second book in the series, The Phoenix Blade: Awakening.
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