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Futanari Succubus Queen (eBook)

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Futanari Succubus Queen
Futanari Succubus Queen eBook Cover, written by Katie Sin
Futanari Succubus Queen eBook Cover,
written by Katie Sin
Author(s) Katie Sin
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 3, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 18 Pages

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

Futanari Succubus Queen is an eBook written by Katie Sin. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


  • Title: Futanari Succubus Queen
  • Author: Katie Sin
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 18 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01BH6W2C4
  • Publishing Date: February 3, 2016

Plot Summary

When a seductive apparition appears to college student, Andrew, in the middle of the night, he can’t help thinking he’s dreaming. Only when he wakes the next day, after a sexual encounter with the ghostly woman, does he realise that she’s left him something to ensure that he his hers and hers alone: a male chastity device. Unable to break free from the Succubus’ hold, Andrew slowly realises that it isn’t only his sexual energy she’s feeding off, but his very masculinity.

Book Review

The following review was published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on August 9, 2016

Andrew awakens in the night to find himself being seduced by a succubus. In the aftermath, he learns that the succubus isn’t finished with him, needs something from him, and when she has it, his life will never be the same again.

The single most bothersome thing about this work is that the succubus, who is actually quite interesting, has some personality, and actually can be both seductive and as well, evil, has no name. She has a purpose, one that isn’t revealed until the last page of the work, and it makes some sense to explain what happens, but it’s not enough.

In the beginning, she’s seductive and I rather liked that part of the work, but when she has ensnared Andrew she suddenly becomes brutal and wild which I didn’t enjoy very much. The work does speak of Futas, and by the end of the work the succubus is one, having taken from Andrew what she needed and then causing him to become a she.

It’s not really well told, there’s not a lot of detail, but thankfully the author didn’t fall into the trap of having Andrew playing with himself for a few pages before moving onwards. That said, the dialogue is thin, sounding a little off at times. The narration is uneven, sometimes becoming difficult to follow. The erotica runs hot and cold overall, the first encounter I thought being far more seductive and interesting than the latter encounter which read more like porn than erotica.

The ending leaves much unsaid and unexplained, leaving Andrew to his fate with the succubus and only suggesting in the very last sentence what the succubus really wanted from him. Really the ending could have been more than the page it is. Telling story, like it was in the first half of the work needed to be done in the latter especially.

Two pitchforks out of five.

The lack of a name for the succubus is telling in that the story seemed only to care about Andrew’s changes, what the succubus takes from him, and what she does with it. The ending really isn’t much of one being so abrupt. There was a hint of something good at the beginning, but then it was lost in the rush to a smattering of dominance, a half-hearted transformation, and a twist ending that didn’t add anything.

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