Braji by P. S. Wright

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From Splot! Publishing, A Disturbing, First-person Sci-Fi Drama. 190,800 words approx.

3,312 juvenile prisoners and 508 adult guards were sent to the Brajilliana Experimental Maximum Security Juvenile Detention and Rehabilitation Facility. Three years later, 313 prisoners returned.

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The Brajilliana Commission has entrusted their facility to the wrong man. Corruption, fraud, incompetence, greed and brutality run rampant. F. James Vontour and Andrew Duke do not believe promises of "three years and out." While Duke conspires with the charismatic Rober Vontour to take over the camp by sedition and armed rebellion, F. James Vontour secretly collects evidence for the Head Technician. Kraut sinks deeper into alcoholism and despair as his little family of pickpockets and con artists slowly disintegrates. And Punk Olivia may have the best evidence of all...if she can keep him alive. Will an investigation save them before the Director and Sub-Director can complete their plans to sacrifice the subjects of this experiment?
May not be appropriate for readers under 17 years of age.

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Published August 7, 2011 by Splot! Publishing. 420 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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