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PLANTATION SLAVES
     

PLANTATION SLAVES

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by Powerone
 
Before the Civil War split the United States, slavery was a great legal wrong. And a Supreme Court decision on State's Rights ruled that as slaves were property in the states where it was legal, they had to be returned like any other property if they fled to a state where slavery was illega. This dread law destroyed even the hope of escape and freedom. Captured from

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Before the Civil War split the United States, slavery was a great legal wrong. And a Supreme Court decision on State's Rights ruled that as slaves were property in the states where it was legal, they had to be returned like any other property if they fled to a state where slavery was illega. This dread law destroyed even the hope of escape and freedom. Captured from their homes in Africa and sent by ship to the Slave Mart in Charleston, newly made slaves quickly learned of the cruelty of their white masters. "The General," the patriarch of a large plantation in Mississippi, and his family can do literally anything they like to the men and women who come under their cruel dominance. Forced to submit to every sexual act and perversion, punished brutally for resistance, by law these newly minted Americans were subject to the depraved desires of their masters. This novel is a cry to never forget the days when pain was mixed equally with pleasure, no perversion off limits. Nor were the sadistic desires of a plantation's rulers limited to their slaves. Through mortgages and other unfair practices, no one, male or female, slave or "poor white trash," virgin or harlot, could escape the unchecked whims of those who had had too much power for too long, Read what the life of a PLANTATION SLAVE really was like! A disturbing, yet hypnotic read. Rated: eXtreme, for intense, explicit bdsm scenes!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012179616
Publisher:
Sizzler Editions
Publication date:
03/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
207,389
File size:
430 KB

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PLANTATION SLAVES 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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A very very sick book. I can not believe people(?) Coulld treat other human beings in this way. At least karma was there at end. Book details very wrong or i would never have bought it. When will people learn white, black, red, yellow, gay, straight, fat, thin, rich or poor,etc, we are all human beings and we all deserve to be treated with respect and deserve happiness. Only gave star cause i had to
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Mike Bixby More than 1 year ago
Surprised its even offered. A sick book (no story)
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