Jarekby Rigby Taylor
In this sequel to ‘Sebastian’ that begins in an isolated tropical Australian town, the refusal of Zeno, a high-school student, to be victimized by a female teacher leads to his being drafted to assist at a rainforest camp where he teams up with the activities teacher, Jarek. After assisting Zeno to exact a satisfying revenge, they become great friends… See more details below
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In this sequel to ‘Sebastian’ that begins in an isolated tropical Australian town, the refusal of Zeno, a high-school student, to be victimized by a female teacher leads to his being drafted to assist at a rainforest camp where he teams up with the activities teacher, Jarek. After assisting Zeno to exact a satisfying revenge, they become great friends and soon convince their skeptical adolescent charges of the joys of independence, freedom from irrational taboos, respect for nature and each other, and pride in their natural masculine instincts.
When Jarek dumps his girlfriend he becomes the unwitting target of an unlikely group of women determined to wreak revenge on male chauvinist pigs by assassination, abduction, murder—or anything else they can think of.
At the end of the school year, blissfully unaware of the danger, Jarek and friends take off for Cairns, where they meet Sebastian and his remarkable parents.
Their small-town enemies follow them and join forces with the State President of Women's War International, a female practiced in the art of ridding the world of noncompliant males.
- Rigby Taylor
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- 18 Years
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I don't understand the Misogynist label, There are two wonderful women. The story is about a way to restore self respect and courage in young men, because unless men learn to respect themselves they will not respect the women they marry. There is a cure for violence against women, and it is not be labelling men as stupid inferior creatures because they are not like women. There are far too many female teachers in our schools, and it's time we faced up to the problems that can create. As a story, it's well written and philosophically engaging.
This book is a disgrace. The male characters repeatedly r*pe, beat, and murder the female characters in this book, without feeling any remorse, because "they deserved it". The antagonists are a group of feminists, and every 5 pages one of the characters rants on about how all women are whiny, nagging, and useless. It's also extremely unrealistic; the male characters walk around naked in front of a group of preteen boys, and are then propositioned for sex by the boys. At one point in the book, a man is run over by a lawnmower, and the characters just sit back and watch. Every single character seems to have the same ideals, and never disagree. This book is flat and uninteresting. 0/5.
Sounds like another nasty gay book to me. Disgusting piece of filth. Should be burned.