Friday, November 11, 2011

Join Us for a Conversation with "Knock-Out" Novelist, Sijuan King

Clearly, Sijuan King learned a few things from her uncle, boxing promoter Don King. From start to finish, her debut novel packs a punch that will have you reeling.

Millennium Slave: Part I is the story of one man's struggle to regain his life after everything he holds dear-including his freedom-is stolen from him.

Charles had the perfect life--a Central Park address, a brilliant career with global giant C.E.E.L. Industries, and the lovely Trudy Henderson by his side. When he is invited aboard the company yacht for an eight-day cruise, he eagerly accepts and asks Trudy to accompany him for a romantic voyage.

But on the second night at sea, Charles' American Dream turns into a nightmare when he and the other passengers are taken hostage and brought to an island where slavery is still the law of the land.

As Charles plans his escape, he learns there is nothing he won't do for those he loves. Millennium Slave: Part I is a story of both heartbreaking loss and the triumph of the human spirit.

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Look for Millennium Slave: Part II in 2012!

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