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A dark post-apocalyptic political thriller. If you have ever needed a safe-space or a trigger warning, this book is not for you. If you concern yourself with politically correct culture or cultural appropriation, you will not enjoy this book. This book is a practice of the 1st Amendment. Politics, money, religion, race, sexuality, and gender intertwine in a gripping tale o A dark post-apocalyptic political thriller. If you have ever needed a safe-space or a trigger warning, this book is not for you. If you concern yourself with politically correct culture or cultural appropriation, you will not enjoy this book. This book is a practice of the 1st Amendment. Politics, money, religion, race, sexuality, and gender intertwine in a gripping tale of lies and deceit that ensnares Michael Jay, the youngest member of the rich and powerful Jay family. Upon his 18th birthday, he is caught up in a political power play that results in the death of his father and denigration of his family name. He is convicted of murder and sent to Devil's Den, a place of depravity and despair. Killers and cannibals rule. Can he survive and escape to enact revenge on those that killed his father and right the wrongs of Crescent Moon society? Except from Rings of Fire: The roar of the engines, the rhythmic sound of the helicopter blades become white noise. I’m lost in my own pity and despair. The three armed guards sitting in front facing me with their smug smiles, converse among themselves gesturing and laughing, but I can’t hear them, nor do I want to. They have their harnesses fastened and helmets on tight while I sit with no security of any kind. I have no need; I am a condemned man. I sit manacled to two other sordid occupants on either side of me. They are the worst of society, degenerates. We are murderers. I admit to the deed, but I profess that it was no crime. I have been wrongly convicted, by a system I once so vehemently defended. I was naive then, but no longer. I have felt the injustice and immoral consequences of our society and its severe merciless condemnation. I promise if I ever have the chance, should I once again be among free men, I’ll bring those who wronged me to justice and I’ll remedy the ills of our society and change the system that’s been so unjust to me and undoubtedly countless others. I must apologize. I forget that not everyone may remember me. It’s been years since I was truly a free man (or so I thought) and my removal from liberated society. I and my plight have faded from the populace’s memory. My family name is now spoken with a hushed tone of shame and sorrow. There was a time when my family name was spoken with the greatest pride and held status in the highest circle of society. My conception was reason for celebration when it was announced I was a boy. The grandest party was held. Even in the womb, I had purpose. I created opportunity for my young family to socialize among the political elite, for my freshman Senator father to have a whiskey with the Prime Minister, to have his ear for just a moment, to fraternize with world makers and breakers. No, I was no Augustus Caesar or the second coming, but my conception altered the course of the world whether I liked it or not. By simply being born, I changed the whole political climate. It was not that I was destined to be great, but the shear possibility caused all with aspirations to reassess their plans and make corrections that would affect the world forever. Let me recall my story for you.


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A dark post-apocalyptic political thriller. If you have ever needed a safe-space or a trigger warning, this book is not for you. If you concern yourself with politically correct culture or cultural appropriation, you will not enjoy this book. This book is a practice of the 1st Amendment. Politics, money, religion, race, sexuality, and gender intertwine in a gripping tale o A dark post-apocalyptic political thriller. If you have ever needed a safe-space or a trigger warning, this book is not for you. If you concern yourself with politically correct culture or cultural appropriation, you will not enjoy this book. This book is a practice of the 1st Amendment. Politics, money, religion, race, sexuality, and gender intertwine in a gripping tale of lies and deceit that ensnares Michael Jay, the youngest member of the rich and powerful Jay family. Upon his 18th birthday, he is caught up in a political power play that results in the death of his father and denigration of his family name. He is convicted of murder and sent to Devil's Den, a place of depravity and despair. Killers and cannibals rule. Can he survive and escape to enact revenge on those that killed his father and right the wrongs of Crescent Moon society? Except from Rings of Fire: The roar of the engines, the rhythmic sound of the helicopter blades become white noise. I’m lost in my own pity and despair. The three armed guards sitting in front facing me with their smug smiles, converse among themselves gesturing and laughing, but I can’t hear them, nor do I want to. They have their harnesses fastened and helmets on tight while I sit with no security of any kind. I have no need; I am a condemned man. I sit manacled to two other sordid occupants on either side of me. They are the worst of society, degenerates. We are murderers. I admit to the deed, but I profess that it was no crime. I have been wrongly convicted, by a system I once so vehemently defended. I was naive then, but no longer. I have felt the injustice and immoral consequences of our society and its severe merciless condemnation. I promise if I ever have the chance, should I once again be among free men, I’ll bring those who wronged me to justice and I’ll remedy the ills of our society and change the system that’s been so unjust to me and undoubtedly countless others. I must apologize. I forget that not everyone may remember me. It’s been years since I was truly a free man (or so I thought) and my removal from liberated society. I and my plight have faded from the populace’s memory. My family name is now spoken with a hushed tone of shame and sorrow. There was a time when my family name was spoken with the greatest pride and held status in the highest circle of society. My conception was reason for celebration when it was announced I was a boy. The grandest party was held. Even in the womb, I had purpose. I created opportunity for my young family to socialize among the political elite, for my freshman Senator father to have a whiskey with the Prime Minister, to have his ear for just a moment, to fraternize with world makers and breakers. No, I was no Augustus Caesar or the second coming, but my conception altered the course of the world whether I liked it or not. By simply being born, I changed the whole political climate. It was not that I was destined to be great, but the shear possibility caused all with aspirations to reassess their plans and make corrections that would affect the world forever. Let me recall my story for you.

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