Brainwash 2 [NOOK Book]

Overview

Gabby McVoot has it all, and she wants you to have it all, too. But first, you have to be brainwashed by her in order to reach that state of exalted wisdom. Brainwash 2 is a take on the left following the satire of right wing propaganda in the previous Brainwash - familiar and obvious, but unspeakable in its truths.

Not for the delicate of constitution (I mean the PC persons out there.)

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Brainwash 2

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Overview

Gabby McVoot has it all, and she wants you to have it all, too. But first, you have to be brainwashed by her in order to reach that state of exalted wisdom. Brainwash 2 is a take on the left following the satire of right wing propaganda in the previous Brainwash - familiar and obvious, but unspeakable in its truths.

Not for the delicate of constitution (I mean the PC persons out there.)

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044633056
  • Publisher: Robin Xavier Fontaine
  • Publication date: 7/7/2013
  • Series: Battleground: Mind, #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 367,477
  • File size: 46 KB

Meet the Author

I was born and raised near Montreal, Quebec, midway through the baby-boom, the second of three daughters. (How I got the middle name Xavier is a story in itself.)I started out with a disability, and eventually became a differently-abled person. I have learned in my life that with the three H's, Hope, Humor, and Humility, life offers more than enough rewards.The branches of a tree grow upward and outward, yet in life, our branches can all come back together again in a great knot, and a new tree begins growing upwards - awkward picture, isn't it? Recently I have found tranquility, love, and inspiration, and so it's as though life is beginning all over again. I hope to share my optimistic disposition with my readers; to know your limits, yet hope and strive for your dreams, is what brings out our truest humanity.I now share a Twitter account with my old ex, Robert E Vonne - check out our tweets. @robinrobin55Peace and cheers!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2014

    Brainwashed and ***** part 7/8 *COLE* (continued.)

    Cole woke up with a start. He herd a a click of a lock and found two slices of french bread and a shot glass of milk. He ate it greatfully and swollowed the milk in one gulp. He then put the cold glass againsit his wrist. He sighed in relife as the pain eased. (End of part 7)<p> Suddenly the door flew open and elisa came in, holding a red strap. A collar? Cole didnt want to find out any time soon. Elisa closed the door and went over to him, smileing. "Now, little one, dont struggle now." Cole swollowed and glared at her. "Im no pet! Im not little! Let me go!" Anger bubbled inside him, ignoreing the pain in his wrist, he curled his lip in a sneer, trying to Not look like a dog or pet. <p> elisa lashed out and he ducked. Pun<_>ching her face once. Shock turned to rage as she grabed a metal stick from her belt and struck his face. Cole yelled out in pain and tryed to back away, his anger vanished from the blow. But elisa wasnt finished yet. She waked him in the stomach and then his back, makeing him cry out. Tears flowed from his eyes. He curled up in a ball and did nothing but brace himself for the next blow. After 4 more hits to his leg, head and twice at the side, she grabed his neck and held him still. <p>Cole was to beaten, to weak to struggle. He closed his eyes and let his head fall to the side. He soon felt the collar wrap around him and tighten slightly before elisa released him. Cole layed there and moaned in pain. His whole body aching. He opened his eyes to see elisa close the door and lock it. Leaveing him alone. <p> to be continued...

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