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Doomed, Paperback / softback Book

Doomed Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


Cassandra Rogers wants a promised promotion, and she will do whatever it takes to get it, even bringing down a prime minister. No one can stop her as she battles to reach her goal.

The Democracy trilogy concludes with a choice between the environment and the economy. Which one will flourish, and which one is DOOMED?

Three years after the change of government, the nation is facing huge social, policy, and environmental disasters yet the Australian government seems paralyzed on how to proceed. Two senior ministers resolve that a change of prime minister is essential for Australia's future and begin to lay the foundations for his dismissal.

The race to change government intensifies with an old face causing chaos by threatening Meredith Bruce, the charismatic leader of the opposition. Cassandra, a prominent journalist, publishes articles and delivers nightly television news that shocks the government and drives change. She wants political scalps to ensure her ambition is achieved and will wreck careers to do so, even her boss.

DOOMED takes us behind the scenes of a parliament unaware of how ambitions and political manipulations affect voters. When the environment and economy are brought into the mix, which will be the one to flourish, and which one is doomed?

Buy DOOMED today and follow our politicians in their ruthless rush to power.

  • Evans' writing is slick, tight, and unobtrusive. The dialogue is a joy to read. The characters are solid and believable. One of the best books I've read in a while, and a solid five stars from me. Recommended! - Goodreads
  • Evans' writing style allows the reader to glide through the book's chapters whilst being familiarised with the plot and major protagonists. Go on, have a read. - Amazon review.
  • 'From former Federal MP Richard Evans comes this exceptional political thriller ...' - Canberra Weekly




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