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Succubus: Succubus: Lilit-u Azza eBook Cover, written by Ali Baran Demir
Succubus: Succubus: Lilit-u Azza
eBook Cover, written by Ali Baran Demir
Author(s) Ali Baran Demir
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date July 8, 2021
Media type eBook
Length 84 Pages
ASIN B0992D45CY

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Succubus: Succubus: Lilit-u Azza is an eBook written by Ali Baran Demir. In this work the character Lilit-u Azza is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Succubus: Succubus: Lilit-u Azza
  • Author: Ali Baran Demir
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 84 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B0992D45CY
  • Publishing Date: July 8, 2021


Plot Summary

Hasan is a very old, greedy, selfish, and deviant professor of archeology. Because of this greed, he gets involved in some illegal business. In one of these works, he encounters an unexpected event and frees a powerful Succubus that was imprisoned in an underground tomb thousands of years ago. And now he has to fulfill the wishes of this dangerous creature of hell.

Thus, Hasan, who will experience both physical and mental changes due to the events he will face, will begin to see the world and people from a perspective he has never looked at before. And he will pursue the answers to questions that he has never asked himself or anyone else before.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on October 17, 2021


Hassan knows much of the past and the riches that can be found. But an unwise choice leads to him allowing Lilitu unto the world once more. But not all is as it seems and when the time comes to choose, he has but one option or lose all.

The work is mainly an adventure with a strong connection to various myths along the way. It’s not quite a story in the traditional sense, reading more like a script or treatise overall. At times it does make for some oddities, perhaps a bit of confusion, but overall it is an interesting story at the core.

The succubus of the work, Lilitu, isn’t quite a stereotypical succubus in their nature, though at times they tend to be more a disinterested Goddess than anything else. She is unique, there is something about her that I do like, but it’s a bit hard to put into words why that is. She’s different, which interests me, and given her moods and actions, there’s a lot of promise with her.

A bit unexpected telling of a story, a bit more editing and perhaps focus would be a good thing. Overall there’s something interesting here and I think expanding on that more would make things a better read. It’s a telling and unique piece of writing which I thought worked well for its purpose.

Three out of five pitchforks.

It’s different and has an involving plot idea which makes this an interesting read. Perhaps not completely a succubus story, but there is something here to find.


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