The Phoenix Year, David L Blond

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“…from out of the fire, would rise a new order, like the legend of the phoenix. There would emerge a new world, a new super economy…” So starts a sequence of events destined to rock world economies to their very core. On the 50th anniversary of their induction into the Society of the Phoenix, a group of billionaires is about to change the world dramatically, with devastating effect.

The Phoenix year has it all – murder mystery espionage and conspiracy. It was a great thriller and I enjoyed the read and the real world link to the financial crisis.

Publisher: Wattle, March 2014

Reviewer: Sharley Phillips
My only point on this book is I had to concentrate a little more, you could tell it had been written by an expert in the economic financial field and at times maybe some of the language was a little financially heavy (for me anyway) but it’s certainly worth concentrating and understanding to get through the ride of The Phoenix Year! I would definitely want sequels with the main female character- she’s got a story to tell

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