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The Succubus Reborn (eBook)

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The Succubus Reborn
The Succubus Reborn eBook Cover, written by Sylvia Parker
The Succubus Reborn eBook Cover,
written by Sylvia Parker
Author(s) Sylvia Parker
Series Transformed
Publisher Erotica On Demand
Publication date September 28, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 19 Pages
ASIN B00O16ISQM
Preceded by Revenge Of The Succubus
Followed by Return Of The Succubus

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).


The Succubus Reborn is an eBook written by Sylvia Parker. It is the third work in the Transformed series by this author. In this work the character Ubana is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Succubus Reborn
  • Author: Sylvia Parker
  • Published By: Erotica On Demand
  • Length: 19 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00O16ISQM
  • Publishing Date: September 28, 2014


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Back at his office, Sink is starting to get a little nervous. Several hours have passed since he betrayed his cousin, but still no word from the succubus, Ubana. Could something have gone wrong?

His fears are brought to life when a huge black monster crashes through his office door, a glistening black tentacle wrapped around her neck. A familiar voice threatens him with violence unless he is paid the money owed to him. It sounds like his cousin Clive, but his massive body is covered with a glistening latex-like second skin - he looks more like a demon than a human being.

Hinting at the untimely demise of the criminal Ubana, Clive proceeds to show off his new powers in a frightening display of unholy energy. It seems the strange amulet around his neck has allowed him to absorb the abilities of a succubus, giving him utter control over the base desires of weaker beings.

The three of them are subject to his overpowering domination, removing all doubt in their mind that... The Succubus Is Reborn


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on July 12, 2015


As a whole the series strikes me as being very “superhero comic book” in theme, plots and characters. The events of the series are very over the top and at a certain point instead of reading, I began to skim and that is never a good sign.

The events of the series tend towards themes that one might find in a B-movie in a lot of ways. Stereotypical evil, plots, almost heroes, victims and so forth. It became hard to read when the storyline just created monster erotica for the sake of doing so. By the same token, the erotica itself was so much over the top, violent, and, as a whole, not at all interesting to me. I think that the main problem was a few good ideas tied together with a series of vignettes and they didn’t have the connectivity needed to make that work well.

As for the succubus of the series, Ubana, she is stereotypically evil and demonic with a need for sex that bordered on the silly. The few scenes she appeared in were means towards an end for several characters, quite literally. To try and understand her drive, what she wants, can be best said to be a need for violent sex with anyone and everyone. Latex not being optional for her at least.

The writing was a bit difficult to follow and I think major editing would be needed to bring this series to something approaching readability. Less cartoonish characterizations and events and more of a focus to the series would be a good thing. If I think about the story of the series and ignore the erotic aspects of it, it actually reads better in that the series turns into a mystery to be solved. Focus on the core story, give the characters a chance to be more than cardboard, and I think there is something good in this series. But as it is right now, I just didn’t enjoy it at all.

I give the series as a whole one and a half pitchforks out of five.

Difficult to read at times, the plot seemed lost from the beginning and with it much of any character development there might have been. While there was a hint of something interesting at the beginning, the series lost its way and me with it. I don’t think that needed to be, but it did and more the shame for that.


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