Thursday, 18 April 2013

P is for Punishmment


Punishment is something feared in Sacrifice Her. Lord Brinn fears for Faux City, Deidra runs for her life and Kale feels it's his duty to help revitalize a world that was almost completely destroyed by war.

16 comments:

  1. Eek. I wouldn't want to be punished in Faux City!

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  2. I'd hate to think what punishment is like in Faux City

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  3. First time here, so I had to back up and read. Your book sounds really good and I understand the fear now. Lucy from Lucy's Reality

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  4. Um, creepy door, Sheenakay! It's like something out of Saw. *shivers*

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  5. I'm tempted to find out all the right things to do just to make sure me and punishment stay far, far, far away from each other in Faux City.

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  6. Yikes, this is creepy! I definitely want to stay out of trouble in Faux City.

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  7. I can only imagine what it could be if it causes so much fear.

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  8. I guess it's how they make people watch their "P"s and "Q"s in Faux City.

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  9. Oh, you've got me wondering what kind of punishment it could be. Definitely something horrifying.

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  10. My imagination tells me there might be many horrors contained behind that door.

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  11. I know this well. My entire book is about revenge and punishment!

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  12. Is that a picture of solitary confinement? That would so freak me out.

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  13. Punishment is probably death there.

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  14. Now I'm imagining all kinds of horrible things.

    Karen

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  15. The most effective punishment is something that is feared. :)

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  16. Punishment can be worse than death.

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