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The Crystal Forest

eBook (PDF), 336 Pages
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Imagine a world trapped under an invisible cone that prevents everything, even light and heat, from entering it. And then imagine what life would be like on the frozen world produced by such a shield. That was the Crystal Forest and in it Leena was a teenage girl, and following the customs of the few people who survived in the Crystal Forest, she had to go out into the wilds for one day in her life, and find her Prince. Likewise, Nicky was brought up from the age of two in a harsh male prison where he was randomly beaten by his guard and half-starved, and for one day in his lifetime he, too, had to go out into the wilds for his Mating. The book tells how Leena and Nicky accidentally break with a tradition that was the product of generations of ignorance, and seek for a better life. On their way they meet some of the other inhabitants of the Crystal Forest, and as they discover a doorway into another place they also discover themselves, their sexuality and their love for each other.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Peter Rogerson
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
336
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.17 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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