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By: C. J. Brennan


Pages: 250 Ratings: 3.5
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Presidente is seeing the Republic of Banania through a very turbulent and dangerous time. The separatists of El Panthera have successfully challenged the authority of Metronia, and others are poised to do the same elsewhere in the archipelago.

But an armed conflict is not the only trouble this tough feline has to contend with. Other matters will jump out of the boiling cauldron that she is charged to govern, and some concerns are more insidious than others.


With a rebellion to crush, and a traitor to uncover, Presidente will need to overcome the shadows in her mind if she is to save the motherland and restore peace.

However, there is more than one story to be told in Banania, and the future of these beautiful Caribbean islands may just be determined by forces lying way beyond presidential control.

C. J. Brennan was born in Birmingham in 1994. He grew up in a rough industrial area of the city called Nechells, but in 2014, he and his family moved to sunny Torquay in Devon for an exciting life by the sea.

But who is C. J. Brennan? He is someone who likes to roam, someone who loves to live, and someone with ideas. He understands life, has a powerful imagination, and he knows a little bit about many different things. What else does a writer need?

Customer Reviews
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2 reviews
  • Kenneth Moore

    A curious work by a first-time author.

    Readers will find much to absorb and a great deal of contemplation continuing in earnest beyond the final pages.

    Consider buying this title if you enjoy slices of action, drama, fantasy, and philosophy rolled up into one.

    It will be interesting to see where C J Brennan goes next with this World Of Banania.

  • Alister Sim

    A three-star read. Great dialogue throughout, with good realistic action. Massive touch of philosophy. Female anti-hero for protagonist, bombastic and not cliché. Slow in places. Multiple narratives have experimental feeling. Strong writing style, original and varied, with little holding back on the obscenities. A cult page-turner perhaps, though the animal-person theme might raise eyebrows. Smooth cadence from the sentences when reading.

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