Tag Archive: Reviews

Apr 24 2015

A Review of Succubus by D. P. Madchild

Succubus by D. P. Madchild

*+-Sometimes there are stories which, overall, tease at things. By that I mean, for example, a character is possessed by a Succubus, can’t do anything about it, and as the story goes on, the succubus turns her from “Miss Ordinary” into “Oh! Well, you were always this sexy, you just never tried!” That can be …

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Apr 24 2015

A Review of Silhouette of Darkness by Benjamin Daniels

Silhouette of Darkness by Benjamin Daniels

*+-I’ll be reviewing an anthology work this time on the Tale. While the work does touch on many supernatural themes, there is but a single work. called Belong, in the collection that has a Succubus appear in it and that will be the main focus of my review, though I will comment on what I …

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Apr 21 2015

A Review of My Mate, The Incubus by Sinn Lee

My Mate, The Incubus by Sinn Lee

*+-The problem I have with stereotypes comes up a lot where Succubi and incubi appear in stories. It amazes me just how many writers have to go with the trope of them being evil… or worse for that matter. It should be clear, I think at least, that each and every one can be, and …

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Apr 21 2015

A Review of The Millennium Falchion by Dou7g

The Millennium Falchion by Dou7g

*+-The eighth in my continuing reviews of the works of the author Dou7g in the series called Succubus Temptations. You can find my reviews of the series here on the Tale, here, here, here as well as here and the most recent review can be found here. Today’s review will be what I think is the best work so far in …

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Apr 19 2015

A Review of Romasanta by Valerie Willis

Romasanta by Valerie Willis

*+-Last year I wrote a review of the first work in a series by Valerie Willis called Cedric the Demonic Knight. You can find that review on the Tale here. I quite loved the story, the characters, and have been looking forwards to the next work in the series which focuses upon the character Romasanta, known as the …

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Apr 17 2015

A Review of BSI: Bureau of Supernatural Investigation by C.J. Pinard

BSI: Bureau of Supernatural Investigation by C.J. Pinard

*+-I think the one thing that gets to me more than any other when it comes to Succubi appearing in stories is the number of times they are said to be vampires. Now, they aren’t and I’m not going to get into a long discussion over this point here, but it is, for me, the …

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Apr 17 2015

A Review of Tethered by Pippa Jay

Tethered by Pippa Jay

*+-What is the place of Succubi and Incubi in science fiction? That is something that I have thought about in the past and i came to the conclusion that they could very well have their own world and yet still exist within the galaxy as a whole. The question of the society, of who and …

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