The book is about a young man named Shonuske, age 15; who later finds out that life is not what he thought. He is the victim of sexual abuse by his uncle, a man of wealth and power, and is forced to learn to enjoy his lot as a slave until one day when a twist of fate allows him the chance to make a deal with the devil kind of bargain for his and the friendly maid Yuka's freedom.
Now in a new school and chance to really learn something worthwhile he is soon the victim of a new kind of torture at the hands of a few of his own classmates. They discovered what he used to do before coming to school. What will he do to protect his freedom and more over will he ever learn to love anyone other than the woman who helped him gain his freedom from his uncle? What will happen when he has to make a choice of seeing his siblings again or remaining free?
Finally a teacher takes him under his wing to help him learn new skills that will protect him from attacks. Then when he meets up some people who want to do nothing more than harm for him and his new found sister. Will he be able to protect those he loves and will he survive one more final attack on his life and health?
This book is not for the faint of heart there is strong sexual descriptions and implied incestual relations. This is not an erotica type book and not intended to be read as such. The story is based on fiction and not related to any actual events. Should these events have happened it purely by accident that this book also contains the events.
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