Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Sep 05 2017

A Review of Dungeon Spawned: Dark Dungeon 01 by D. R. Rosier

The creation of a story universe is a complicated thing. There’s much to consider beyond the world itself. There’s the question of the characters, how they relate to each other and the universe itself. When that universe, at its core is one of the characters themselves, that makes for something that’s really quite unique in …

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Sep 05 2017

A Review of Reality’s F**ked! by Simone Scarlet

Reality's F**ked! by Simone Scarlet

Humour, as one fictional character once said, is a difficult concept. Not everything is funny to everyone, it’s a matter of taste. Sometimes the concept is a good one, but the telling of the joke itself, or the story, leaves something lacking. Still, there’s a certain bemusement in watching events unfold and how characters deal …

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Sep 03 2017

A Review of Succubi Gone Wild: Madison by Lexi Jordan

Succubi Gone Wild: Madison by Lexi Jordan

From time to time I review works about succubi that, for whatever reason, aren’t available any longer. The reason for that is, of course, the SuccuWiki, and the thought of trying to be as complete as possible. That said, the work I am reviewing this time might well be one of the shortest lived works …

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Sep 03 2017

A Review of The Fuccubus by Robert Bevan

Recently there’s been a trope for succubi which involves characters being dropped into a Dungeons and Dragons universe and what happens to them. It’s interesting because the characters seems to know where they are and what’s going on, sometimes to the point where they talk about their scores and so on. It’s a different sort …

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Sep 01 2017

A Review of the The Devil’s Dance series by April M. Junisdottir

In the telling of a story, there comes a point where a character has to open themselves up to who they are. Trying to shade their real selves behind misdirection, whether that be erotic or just confusing, leaves something to be desired. Character development matters and that isn’t just the main character, it’s everyone that …

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Sep 01 2017

A Review of The Easily Defeated Hero’s Monster Girl Adventure: Book 1: The Novice Succubus by Amanda Clover

I’ve reviewed several of the works by Amanda Clover in the past and enjoyed quite a number of them. Another of this author’s works for review today, this one being a Choose your own Adventure work. I’ve never really enjoyed such works, mainly because there’s too much repetitive moments for my liking much of the time. …

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Aug 29 2017

A Review of The Kiss of the Succubus by Isaac Byrne

In the telling of a story, there comes a point where the characters come to face their own reality. Sometimes that’s an emotional one, other times it is simply coming to terms with what is and what isn’t. Regardless of the moment and what it reveals, there’s a need to express that moment, to make …

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