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The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner (eBook)

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The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner
The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner eBook Cover, written by Heidi Fisk
The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner eBook Cover, written by Heidi Fisk
Author(s) Heidi Fisk
Series The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 11, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 25 Pages
ASIN B01FJ9H5KO
Followed by The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct 2: Demon Games

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


The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner is an eBook written by Heidi Fisk. It is the first work in the Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct series by this author. In this work the character Julie Direct is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner
  • Author: Heidi Fisk
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 25 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01FJ9H5KO
  • Publishing Date: May 11, 2016


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Plot Summary

Julie Direct was just a girl who loved sex, at least that is what she thought as first until a mysterious book her mother left her started summoning demons that wanted to have sex with her. That isn't even getting to the nun with a penis.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 8, 2016


Julie is known for being oversexed but really doesn’t know why. Finding a book her mother left her takes Julie to learning she is a succubus and while that explains a little, she’s still as lost as she ever was.

The work is, overall, a very difficult read because of the many editing mistakes, wooden dialogue, disjointed sentence structure and most of all, a seeming lack of where the story wants to go. It reads very much like a stream of consciousness, never really settling into any kind of meaningful story at all.

It’s hard to figure out just who Julie is, there’s very little told about her past, how she wound up where she is now. The story tells more about Julie’s seeming endless need for sex anywhere possible, including on a bus, than it does in really constructing her character. The work reads like a Hentai novel overall, but in doing so that takes away any sort of real exposition for the sake of getting Julie to the next erotic scene.

Even when characters appear who seem to have known her for some time, they pop in and then out of the story for no seeming purpose other than as a cameo. When Julie figures out how the book her mother gave her works, the story moves into a porn scene, it really isn’t erotica, that comes and goes in a flash before the story gets lost again.

The work shows there has been little, if any, editing at all for the vast number of spelling and grammar mistakes. The dialogue reads oddly, the narrative is mostly non-existent. There isn’t so much a story as a series of short porn scenes where Julie gets to come… over and over again… and then it rushes off in another direction altogether.

Even when Julie learns something about herself, about her power and the book she has, that isn’t really built upon. There’s some passing explanation and then Julie’s off to enjoy some Hentai porn with another new character in the story.

This is all a shame because there is a story here, somewhere, but it can’t get out from under the focus on porn scenes, the lack of editing, and the feeling that the work was written in another language and then put through Google translator for the final work.

One pitchfork out of five.

The work needs a serious editing, time spent on actually telling a story instead of running around in circles, and, most of all, some kind of focus. There is a story here, somewhere, but how it is presented just makes it so very hard to find among all of the editing mistakes.


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