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Morgana eBook Cover,
written by DA King
|Publication date||May 4, 2015|
Morgana is an eBook written by DA King. In this work several minor characters are Succubi or are transformed into being Succubi.
- Title: Morgana
- Author: DA King
- Published By: Uruk Press
- Length: 333 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00V3PSGGG
- Publishing Date: May 4, 2015
Morgana of the Black Moon. Harbinger of Hell, Ransacker of the Righteous, Violator of Virgins. Her titles number as many as her sins, her infamous cruelty only matched by her unsurpassed beauty, renowned and feared throughout the land for her mastery of sorcery and seduction. But, dear reader, she was not always so. Before she enshrouded the kingdom in darkness, before she forged the Black Knight, before she was Morgana of the Black Moon, she was… Morgana. Simply Morgana. Born from a humble coven of simple means, named after one of the greatest witches in history, the young Morgana began her tutelage under the great Voroven, the oldest living disciple of Merlin himself!
This is her story…
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on May 7, 2017
The story of the witch Morgana from her lost beginnings through her battles with forces arrayed against her will. The telling of a story of corruption, lust and desire. Not all of these being Morgana’s own, but those that are drawn into her orbit and flames.
This is one of the most involved and complex sword and sorcery works that I have read in quite some time. The characters are strong, the plots are complex and well thought out. The world building is very good and I enjoyed the storytelling most of all. As a story about Morgana herself. that being the focus, seeing her character grow, turn in the direction she chooses and what happens as a result of that is a very well done series of plots and characters.
Along the way, there is a scattering of erotica, who’s heat varies quite a lot. Some moments are cold, almost meaningless and others burn very brightly. Much of that comes from the characters involved, which makes sense, but compared to the story itself, it’s a bit uneven and disappointing at times.
This is not, however, a work in which succubi have a major role overall. They appear as a means to corrupt some characters, act as a force of darkness at other points. They don’t actually have much in the way of personality beyond their need to corrupt others overall. In the same way, when a character falls to them, is transformed, the actual transformation is written well, but then they fade to the background and are forgotten. For succubi, this isn’t really a book that has much for them to do, their characters are somewhat two dimensional and it’s hard to find a succubus in the work that actually has a thought outside of corrupting others. It’s a bit disappointing, but then they aren’t the focus her, so that has to be expected.
The writing is very good, the characters are as well. The erotica runs hot to cold and everywhere in-between. There is but a minor appearance of succubi, and one shouldn’t go into this work assuming they have a major role, for they do not. However, the telling of Morgana’s story is really well done and for those that like a good sword and sorcery story, this work is very much that by far.
Three and a half out of five pitchforks.
This is a sword and sorcery story and really a very good one with quite a lot of erotica, corruption and transformation themes. There are succubi, but they are just barely in the work and mainly a means for corrupting others. As such, this isn’t a book about succubi, but nonetheless I enjoyed the storytelling all the same.