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082 0 4 _a823.92
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100 1 _aMorrison, Ewan,
_eauthor.
_9233430
245 1 0 _aNina X /
_cEwan Morrison.
264 1 _aLondon :
_bFleet, an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group,
_c2019.
264 4 _c©2019.
300 _a273 pages :
_billustrations ;
_c24 cm.
500 _a"Nina X is twenty-eight years old. She has no idea what the outside world is like. Nina X has a lot to learn." -- cover.
520 _aNina X has no books, no toys and no privacy. She has nothing that might be described as love. Her closest emotional connection is with the birds she sees outside her bedroom window, when she is daring enough to remove the plasterboard that covers it. She has never been outside her small south London house. She has never met another child. She has no mother and no father; she has a Leader (a man), and she has three female comrades. The all-powerful Leader has named her The Project; she is being raised in total ideological purity, entirely separated from the false gods of capitalism and the cult of the self. He has her record everything in her journal, to track her thoughts; he makes her revise the entries obsessively, until they fit with his narrative. Her words are erased, over and over again.
650 0 _aCults
_zEngland
_zLondon
_vFiction.
_9233431
650 4 _aKidnapping
_vFiction.
_9789
650 0 _aBrainwashing
_vFiction.
_917637
650 4 _aWomen
_xCrimes against
_vFiction.
_913709
650 0 _aCult members
_vFiction.
_9130764
650 0 _aFreedom
_vFiction.
_9196725
650 0 _aEx-cultists
_vFiction.
_9223414
650 0 _aSocial integration
_vFiction.
_9233432
655 7 _aPsychological fiction.
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