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For All That Is In The World is a gripping alternative history literary fiction novel that delves into the dark world of human trafficking and the power of Christianity in the face of tragedy. The story follows the life of Gariel Heart a young man caught in the web of abuse and exploitation, revealing the psychological and emotional toll it takes on him and all victims. As he struggle to fight for survival and salvation, the novel brings to light the human resilience and the strength of the human spirit. Through the complex and thought-provoking narrative, readers are taken on a journey of self-discovery and redemption, exploring the depths of the human experience. This novel is a must-read for anyone interested in the complexities of the human condition and the enduring power of hope.

For All That Is In The World

  • Pleasure City, a place where all your wildest and even some of your weirdest dreams can come true. All the entertainers are there to serve you, only not all of them are there willingly.
    Gabriel Heart has been a Bound entertainer for Dragon Entertainment since he was eleven. Now, at the age of Seventeen, people come from all over the world, paying exorbitant fees to spend just a few seconds with the boy dubbed the Dragon’s Heart. He should be happy. People would die to be as popular, as successful, as desired as him. But in his eyes, life is a never-ending Hell. Forced to give himself to whoever is willing to pay, no matter what they ask of him, he finds his life nearly unbearable. He sees almost no point in continuing the torture.

    The only thing that keeps him from ending everything is his love for his sister Priscilla. Hidden away from the rest of the world, Gabriel has managed to keep the ways of Pleasure City and Dragon Entertainment from tainting her life as it has his. But when someone meddles in their life, a powerful chain reaction causes their small world to begin to fall apart. Gabriel is forced to do something that will threaten their lives, destroying the world as they know it. Making him question if he even knew who he was at all.

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