From Book 1:
Are some things more important than money?
When millions of people take to the streets of Hong Kong to protest against the government, young Australian ex-pat Jacob Watson has to decide between pursuing his high flying career or joining the violent fight for democracy in the city he now calls home.
There were big fortunes to be made in Hong Kong, the financial heart of Asia, and no one knew that better than Jacob Watson. He was on the fast track.
After more than two years in the Asian financial hub the young man was already managing a large property portfolio for one of Hong Kong's biggest tycoons, networking with captains of industry, and living a life he could never have dreamed of back in Australia. It was onwards and upwards for the young Australian expat,
But then life in Hong Kong changed.
Millions of people took to the streets to protest increasing interference from China, turning Jacob's world upside down.
What should Jacob do? Ignore everything happening around him and focus only on his career and building his fortune? Or is freedom and democracy for all worth sacrificing ones personal desires ?
Book 1 in The Hong Kong Trilogy.
Praise for Mark David Abbott
"The author puts the reader in a situation that a common person could realistically find themselves in... The reader therefore finds himself immersed in the story rather than experiencing the story as an un-involved by-stander."
"The author is an exceptional story teller which has become a rarity these days."
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