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Incubus and Succubus (eBook)

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Incubus and Succubus
Incubus and Succubus eBook Cover, written by Alan Toner
Incubus and Succubus eBook Cover,
written by Alan Toner
Author(s) Alan Toner
Publisher Alan Toner
Publication date September 8, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 26 Pages

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

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

Incubus and Succubus is an eBook written by Alan Toner. The work is a short examination of the concept of Succubi and Incubi from the middle ages, a section on the legend of Lilith, one on some movies that have Succubi or Incubi appearing in them, and an opinion by the author.


  • Title: Incubus and Succubus
  • Author: Alan Toner
  • Published By: Alan Toner
  • Length: 26 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00F2QMK5A
  • Publishing Date: September 8, 2013

Plot Summary

Incubus and Succubus takes a look at the so-called "sex demons", said to have plagued mankind for centuries. As well as featuring a chapter on the most famous succubus of all, Lilith, the book also contains chapters on what incubi and succubi really are, the "Night Terrors" phenomenon, incubi and succubi in fiction, and more.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 23, 2014

Wikipedia is a wonderful thing… You can discover all sorts of things you never knew before, assuming of course that someone didn’t change the facts or make something up out of thin air that is.

While it does have information in it, it really shouldn’t be the only source for information one uses. It also isn’t such a good idea to copy that information into a book… for the most part…

What happens when you take a series of quotes from Wikipedia, join them together into a haphazard book and then sell it? Well, that is what this book is basically. It is a summary, for the most part, of what one could find by searching for information about Succubi or Incubi on the web, specifically Wikipedia. It becomes quite obvious that this is the case when the list of Succubi and Incubi in fiction appears and it is, almost word for word and order for order that which appears in the Wikipedia article on the subject.

There is no real thought to the work, no investigation or consideration of anything written in the work at all save for a single page of thought that really did not add anything to the conversation about the myth of Succubi and Incubi.

I hesitate to call this a book, it is more of a pamphlet, and one that is less than engrossing by any means for myself at least and I think for anyone that has done the barest amount of online research about Succubi or Incubi.

Also I found it irritating that there is all sorts of author information at the beginning of the work that pushes the actual content to the point where it cannot be seen in previews on Amazon. It feels dishonest to me at least.

At least the author had the decency to price this work at 99 cents when I read it.

I’m giving this work a half pitchfork out of five.

Short, really very much a cut and paste work with little in it that one could not find in Wikipedia in the first place. A single page of thought does not help to make this work any better.

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