'Nola's Island': Vacation From Degradation

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Trafford Publishing, Oct 28, 2011 - Fiction - 184 pages
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'Nola's Island' is a compelling story that depicts the consequences of the male chauvinist mentality. It is an eye opening attention grabber that reflects the vitality of womens existance and worth to man-kind. It is America's worst nightmare as 85% of the mothers, wives and confidants that very well make up the back bone of the American family body decide to withdraw. Imagine the day when women take a stand against the physical, mental and economical degradation suffered for centuries. 'Nola's Island' exposes the American mans inability to function in society without women and the result is catastrophic.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
8
Chapter 3
17
Chapter 4
24
Chapter 5
33
Chapter 6
37
Chapter 7
43
Chapter 8
50
Chapter 15
95
Chapter 16
99
Chapter 17
103
Chapter 18
109
Chapter 19
117
Chapter 20
120
Chapter 20
126
Chapter 21
129

Chapter 9
55
Chapter 10
65
Chapter 11
72
Chapter 12
76
Chapter 13
85
Chapter 14
89
Chapter 22
141
Chapter 23
145
Chapter 24
161
Epilogue
171
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