80 Days in Captivity

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Michael Hemmingson
Running Press Book Publishers, 2005 - Fiction - 205 pages
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The protagonist of Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days becomes amorously depraved in this tainted tale about a young sex slave, "C," who recounts how she was won in a card game ? then subjected to every perverted whimsy and fancy at the hands of her new master. While C is locked in a bedroom for 80 days, Mr. Phileas Fogg enjoys watching her satisfy the whims of London's Victorian era literary "heroes."

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About the author (2005)

Michael Hemmingson has been called "Raymond Carver on acid" by literary guru Larry McCaffery and "a disciple of a quick and dirty literature" by the American Book Review. Wearing the journalist's hat, he is a staff writer at The San Diego Reader. Hemmingson resides somewhere in southern California with two cats, Worf and Poe.

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