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Of Devils and Deviants: An Anthology of Erotic Horror Paperback – May 1, 2014
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- Publisher : Crowded Quarantine Publications (May 1, 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 470 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0992883814
- ISBN-13 : 978-0992883812
- Item Weight : 1.12 pounds
- Dimensions : 5 x 1.05 x 7.99 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,962,033 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Of Devils and Deviants is one of those rare anthologies where every story manages to fully embody the overall theme of the work. The result is an erotic romp through nearly every deviant behavior imaginable.
Sex-bots, cannibalism, necrophilia. No taboo is off-limits, even sex with conjoined twins. While it's true that some stories were superior to others, there really were no bad stories. Oh, wait, of course there were bad stories, what I mean is some were just better than others.
Among my favorites were, "Our Love," by Claude Lalumiere, delightful story of a couple who would keep their love in a box for safe keeping, God forbid they should lose their love. "The Middle Leg," by Ralph Robert Moore, a twisted tale of sexual encounters with a conjoined twin who really doesn't get along with her sister. And then there's "The Mummy's Curves," by Ken MacGregor, a story about an archeologist with a very unusual fetish.
Although, Of Devils and Deviants won't appeal to everyone, if you enjoy erotica ,with a touch of horror, you really ought to give this anthology a try. Some of the stories are dark, some are violent, many are sexual, and all of them are deviant.
A nice bonus to the stories within are the beautiful illustrations Chris Taggart provided for every story in the anthology.
From Crowded Quarantine Publications, Of Devils and Deviants is available now in a variety of formats from the publisher's website and Amazon.com. Plus, if you are an Amazon Prime member, you can read this one for FREE through the Kindle Owner's Lending Library.
If you're looking for a hot read crank up the AC and pick up Of Devils and Deviants today.
A few of my personal favorites are; (and please don't take this as me meaning only read these ones. They are all worth a read, these are just personal favorites)
The Middle Leg by Ralph Robert Moore-
This is one of those mind bender's you've for to read twice to fully appreciate. Definite WTF factor!
Date Night by Shaun Meeks-
You think you know where this one is going but you really don't! Wow!
The Gift Of Infidelity by C.W. LaSart-
It's been a long time sine I've fringes so hard. Creepy and grotesque! Brr!
The Mummy's Curse by Ken MacGregor-
I'm utterly fascinated by all things Egypt. This is a great contribution.