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The publishers of I'll Never Let You Go also published The Girl Cage, by Charles Mergendahl.  It's like the 1950's version of Fifty Shades of Grey. Find out more about this classic piece of sexploitation/pulp fiction by following the link attached to this image and be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

The publishers of I'll Never Let You Go also published The Girl Cage, by Charles Mergendahl. It's like the 1950's version of Fifty Shades of Grey. Find out more about this classic piece of sexploitation/pulp fiction by following the link attached to this image and be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

What does Will Eisner's "A Life Force" say about xenophobia, immigration, communism and capitalism?  Follow the link attached to this image to find out.  Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

What does Will Eisner's "A Life Force" say about xenophobia, immigration, communism and capitalism? Follow the link attached to this image to find out. Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman series... be sure to "like", share and leave a comment!

Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman series... be sure to "like", share and leave a comment!

Dr. Seuss (aka Theodore Gesie): Follow the link attached to this image and read my review to Dr. Seuss's 'The Butter Battle Book' to find out just how political the literature of your childhood truly was.  Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

Dr. Seuss (aka Theodore Gesie): Follow the link attached to this image and read my review to Dr. Seuss's 'The Butter Battle Book' to find out just how political the literature of your childhood truly was. Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

Sir Thomas More, subject of the play "A Man For All Seasons", by Robert Bolt.  Follow the link attached to this image and read my review for this classic play.  Be sure to "like", share and leave a comment.

Sir Thomas More, subject of the play "A Man For All Seasons", by Robert Bolt. Follow the link attached to this image and read my review for this classic play. Be sure to "like", share and leave a comment.

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