Blades of American Beauty

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic

Prolog (v.1) - Foreword

Submitted: June 13, 2017

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Submitted: June 13, 2017



This novel is an Action/Adventure Political Fantasy, about a Japanese-American girl, whose recruited by her grandparents to train and fight as an up and rising Samurai warrior to rescue her parents after they are abruptly taken away by members of the United States Department of Homeland Security for not conforming to the Liberal ideologies of Democratic Socialism and Political Correctness. Such examples include, but are not limited to, the beliefs of separation of church and state, selective stigmatization and/or favoritism of religion (i.e., Christians being oppressed in favor of Muslims), undisputed legalized abortion, government-mandated healthcare, illegal immigration, and the implementation of a one-world government. The story takes place in an alternate time frame of the modern-day United States of America, where the aforementioned examples above are forced upon all citizens with the risk of dire consequences should any citizens refuse to conform. All of the characters and events portrayed in this novel – even those that are based on real people and/or real historical/political events – are entirely fictitious, and are intended for the sole purpose of entertaining and informing the readers about the dangers of Democratic Socialism and Political Correctness. This novel contains references to female nudity and strong, gratuitous language and slurs that may unintentionally offend sensitive readers, and may not be suitable for younger or more sensitive readers. The author of this work does not condone the use of racism, hate speech or violent force to achieve political goals and/or enforce authority over political dissidents. Readers who are easily offended by said content and/or anything that does not conform to being “politically correct” are strongly cautioned to read this book at their own risk.

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