Chained Convict For Life: The Biography of Sabrina by JG Leathers
A triple novel.
Since she can remember, 26 year old Sabrina, has dreamed of being dominated and controlled by her ‘dream master’. When she meets Thomas she’s sure she’s found that man! Moving into his Munich home, Sabrina agrees to ‘The Judgement’ – a comprehensive document that indicates how she might serve a sentence of life long imprisonment in a secret dungeon cell—this being her most deeply cherished dream. Although it’s just a ‘fantasy’ to start, it’s not long before Thomas creates a set of full-body restraints—a Stainless Steel Restraint And Discipline Harness. The extremely effective ensemble is worn over an inescapable, rubber Dungeon Suit, complete with attached feet, thick neoprene gloves and a face-concealing mask. Once locked in this personalized prison, Sabrina is utterly helpless to remove it and can only struggle uselessly—regretting her foolish desire to be so securely confined and controlled. In addition, she is chain-leashed to the cell wall, inside Thomas’s secret dungeon. While occasionally free of the restraints, Sabrina’s bad behaviour quickly sends her back to the prison, where she is confined for longer and longer periods—eventually to be imprisoned for the rest of her life!
Joining Thomas is Bab’s, a sadistic accomplice, this lady jailer is a veritable fountain of evil schemes! As Sabrina moves deeper into her submissive state, she is subjected to more intense bondage, stringent penalties and intimate and very permanent jewellery mounted in her body—not to mention a sentence of Hard Labour there is no way for her to avoid. Sabrina has agreed to and signed her Judgement, throwing away all of her safe words; thus her jailers are permitted free rein to enjoy their secret toy in any manner they see fit. Sabrina is the perfect example of the old proverb: “Never wish too hard for something .... It might just come true.”
This special work is over 450 pages in paperback.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Apr 2010
Review (c) Lancelot Knight
Chained Convict For Life is, perhaps, the ultimate bondage novel. This is no light-hearted frolic into the world of safe-words and lightly applied canes. It is intense, forbidding, terrifying, and at times bleak.
This is the story of Sabrina Wheeler, who has through her young life dreamed of being imprisoned, made a captive, and forced to submit to a powerful master. She meets her ideal Master in Thomas, who takes her to his home where he builds a dungeon to cage her. Together, they design a “dungeon suit” made of latex, chains, a helmet and a chastity device.
What is interesting about this novel is that it does not have the feel of fantasy at all, and Sabrina, the chained captive, discovers that perhaps the real life is not as thrilling as her fantasy was. Like most submissives, at times she fights against her captivity; at other times, she revels in the thrilling excitement of being completely in the control of another. She is terrorized by her life as a convict, yet she deliberately disobeys the junctures of her Master, thereby bringing more stringent punishments upon herself.
Although there are a number of sexual scenes, sex is not really at the core of this huge book. It is a probing analysis of what it truly means to be a captive without personality, without a will, a chained convict for life. This isn’t the kind of book to be lightly skimmed over, but rather to be pondered. It is as thought-provoking as it is realistic.
Reviewed by Lancelot Knight