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kindle æ The Darkest Prison Kindle Edition read Î hannahredhead ñ 12000 word short story Psychological horror When Brian Carstairs is convicted for a murder he didn't commit he is left free to walk the streets if he dares But first he must undergo the process that will turn him into a man without a face FoMust undergo the process that will turn him into a man without a face For the rest of his life for however long he manages to live he will be hiding in the shadows He Wow this shorty packs a punch The gist here is that violent criminals are now dealt with by turning them into Nulls This transition is done over the course of a few months where the prisoner's identity is completely erased Everything is taken away All facial features removed and a permanant mask installed to name just a few of the alterations The Nulls are then set free where most citizens are armed with devices that can painfully shock the prisoner Unfortunately homeless people and the other Nulls are not willing to help either for the most part So it is only a matter of time before the prisoner's life is somehow extinguished either due to starvationmalnutrition or by the hands of Hunters who are citizens who go out hunting for Nulls This story is about one such Null Brian who was wrongly incarcerated for murdering his wife It tells of his ordeal and what he endured through his transition It is short but tells so much in that short time The details are vivid and put you right into the cell alteration rooms and streets with Brian It was difficult not to feel for him and his plight and very hard not to be happy about the ending

The Darkest PrisonMust undergo the process that will turn him into a man without a face For the rest of his life for however long he manages to live he will be hiding in the shadows He Wow this shorty packs a punch The gist here is that violent criminals are now dealt with by turning them into Nulls This transition is done over the course of a few months where the prisoner's identity is completely erased Everything is taken away All facial features removed and a permanant mask installed to name just a few of the alterations The Nulls are then set free where most citizens are armed with devices that can painfully shock the prisoner Unfortunately homeless people and the other Nulls are not willing to help either for the most part So it is only a matter of time before the prisoner's life is somehow extinguished either due to starvationmalnutrition or by the hands of Hunters who are citizens who go out hunting for Nulls This story is about one such Null Brian who was wrongly incarcerated for murdering his wife It tells of his ordeal and what he endured through his transition It is short but tells so much in that short time The details are vivid and put you right into the cell alteration rooms and streets with Brian It was difficult not to feel for him and his plight and very hard not to be happy about the ending

pdf ☆ The Darkest Prison Ä C.S. McClellan

The Darkest Prison ✓ 12000 word short story Psychological horror When Brian Carstairs is convicted for a murder he didn't commit he is left free to walk the streets if he dares But first he Full 5 stars for shocking me to my very core This book is absolutely going onto my 'scare da shit outta me' shelfI felt every single raw emotion from Brian's inner screams his struggles akin to an ensnared animal destined for a most painful sad endingIt is utterly pure horror to observe an innocent man's humanity being stripped off so resolutely without an ounce of empathy from other fellow human beings I shudder along with Brian knowing that the devious process was an irreversible oneAnd it was eually painful to watch an innocent being subjected to such heights of injustice and cruelty What was truly disturbing was the fact that all this isn't too far from the reality we live in as many out there could be suffering similar unfair prosecution due to error of judgement slip ups or even a by product of greed and powerIs there a limit to cruelty? Are we all capable of it? And to what extend? These are some of the thoughts that kept running through my mind as I read this book Could there be so many condemned to become Nulls? How could anyone be crazy enough to commit a violent crime these days knowing what the punishment would be? But there had always been extreme punishments hadn't there? Electrocution hanging lethal injections and before his own modern civilized era burning alive dismemberment Unimaginably painful deaths What devious mind had invented the ultimate punishment that now awaited him? To leave the condemned alive and free but no longer considered human that cruelty could never be surpassed Then there's this other insistent uestion that refused to leave me aloneWhat's worse than death for a condemned man? I think it's the waiting and the unknown when there is absolutely zero recourse but death itself as a finalityBrian's suffering was so great that when he saw that piece of broken mirror as a way out I was almost elated for him Finally a way to end this I was thinkingThis story really took on a whole new meaning of living deathWhen it ends I am not even sure if I should celebrate for Brian or to cry out his anguish on his behalfIf you want to find out what is a true dark read in its most twisted version try this story out and then you tell me if stood to its titleThere are many faceless Brian Carstairs out thereSome other point of interestAs I was reading this I was reminded of Battle Royale by Koushun Takami I have yet to read that novel but I have read the manga of it It has its own definition of 'living death' and certainly not for faint of heart or sensitive soulsPS Actually I really felt true urge to write a review for this book It is almost like a relentless phantom nudge One that I could not ignore easily and hope that it would go away after a while In fact I was writing it simultaneously as I was reading itI do know that I do not have strong vocabs or fancy prose to make this review pretty and all that but I just hope that I get my feelings on it across without much confusion pdf ☆ The Darkest Prison Ä C.S. McClellan

C.S. McClellan Ä The Darkest Prison kindle

C.S. McClellan Ä The Darkest Prison kindle Will have no rights He will become prey hunted for sport To the rest of the world he'll no longer be human; he will be the thing used to frighten naughty children A Nu The writing was chillingly evocative I actually disliked the story not because of the writing but because it was so scary and that is not something I enjoy reading Excellent writing really made me feel so much empathy for the MC but in the end it was so hopelessToo sad for me but what a great story teller