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Growing Up: A Dirty Story About a Dirty Country

Empty Nation Series, Book 2
By: Sue Nish
Narrated by: Bea Flowers
Series: Empty Nation Series, Book 2
Length: 3 hrs and 20 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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In this second volume the girls (Mary and Jane) are simply man-handled, trained, and abused by any real-world standard. But gratefully for the sake of these promiscuous but adorable young creatures (they are registered as livestock animals) this is a fictional novel. The pair survives unharmed and satisfied emotionally, physically, and in many intimate ways as they grow up in the new USA Inc. The story in the series is further defined by lectures from primary and high school teachers, rambling on about their propaganda-induced knowledge of the new world in the Modern Social Economic System (MSES). The MSES is a newly created system of governance that rewards sexual prowess where size matters. Free love, free sex - the downtrodden citizenry is quite pleased despite most of the population living in FEMA zones. An even more sick and twisted part about America in the future is that society has again accepted a class system (MSES), where it promotes men who are sexually well-endowed and, on the other hand, abuses its citizens based on their mediocre sexual ability.

©2018 Sebastian De Angelis (P)2019 Sebastian De Angelis

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Huh…. The first few chapters are spooky, but….

This was an enlightening work of fiction with some taboo stuff. But it also touches on political reality of total hypocrisy of our Cunt-gress. And thought-out stories in the Empty Nation series of books you are introduced to how things really are.

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I read the first book Breeding and wanted more…

The story gets a little creepy in the beginning, but I couldn’t put it down. I mean, the theme takes you into the future where things have changed dramatically. Hence the creepy feeling.

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A thrilling cliff hanger

The Empty Nation series is a thrilling cliff hanger of deceit and government corruption, yet holds you spell bound with erotic sections which only leaves you questioning where the ending is.

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