Cage Eleven is Gerry Adams' account -- sometimes passionate, often humorous -- of life in Long Kesh prison and, above all, of his fellow prisoners. President of Sinn Fein and TD for Louth, Gerry Adams has been a published writer since 1982.
"This book is important, not only because it comes from a key player in the Irish political scene, but also because it offers a unique insight into the experience that shaped the consciousness and attitudes of the present generation of Irish republicans - the experience of internment. It offers, too, an unrivalled representation of the resilience and humour that were as much a part of the life of the political prisoner as the adherence to a set of political ideals." Irish Herald