Imagine a world without men where the only way a woman can reproduce is with the help of a giant computerized incubator and a genetically engineered sex toy. Now imagine that this sex toy is intelligent. It has emotions and a soul. It hopes and dreams and it falls in love. This is the premise of Carlton Mellick III's RAZOR WIRE PUBIC HAIR.
One of the main characters "The Sister" is a nymphomaniac who is covered from head to toe in vaginas. Celsia is an Amazon warrior with pubic hair made of razor wire. The main character is a genetically engineered hermaphrodite sex toy named Celsia 2 who longs to be loved by his/her owner. Oh, but wait, there's more ... there's sex starved zombies, hordes of marauding rapists, twat frogs, a hoota beasts that is basically just a big hairy vagina with legs, and still another giant talking and apparently quite wise vagina built into the wall of the mansion in which many of these creatures reside.
What's most bizarre is that none of this seems to be there for pure shock value. In fact, this perverse menagerie of beings are presented in such a matter of fact manner that it is as if the last thing the author wants is for you to be shocked by them. He wants you to just accept them so that he can just get on with his story. And what a story it is!
RAZOR WIRE PUBIC HAIR is the touching tale of a living, breathing, thinking, sex toy that is hopelessly in love with its owner who views it as little more than an object. This book could be a metaphor for so many sexual relationships where one partner is dominant and the other is submissive, struggling to be seen as more than merely an object of lust but as a potential true love.
The most disturbing thing about this book is how much heart it contains. "Your purpose in life is to fuck as much as your body will allow before your death. You are a dildo." Celsia 2 is told and you can almost hear his/her heart break. Take away all the surreal sexual accoutrements and this could almost be a tragic romance novel about lost and unrequited love.
I have to say I enjoyed this book. It was not at all what I expected. Surreal and perverse yes but so much more. At times it was easy to forget that a man wrote this. It's almost feminist propaganda. There are no men anywhere. They are extinct in Carlton's world. Even the rapists are female. The only thing close to being male are the genetically engineered sex toys created by the women who dominate the society for the purpose of reproduction. In RAZOR WIRE PUBIC HAIR vaginas even stand above God as the dominant force in the universe. I can dig that. It sounds very much like my own life.
-- Feoamante.com, Summer 2003 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Bizarro Lit is just not my thing. It is far too silly for me to take seriously. It tries too hard and often fails IMOPublished 1 month ago by Christian J Lemoi
This is the 5th book I've read by Carlton Mellick III (if you count "The Baby Jesus Butt Plug" from the Orange Bizarro Starter Kit), and while the final 20 to 25 pages are... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patrick J. McCartney
Not for the faint of heart, but great for the twisted mind! I am addicted to his books and you will too!Published 7 months ago by Della Holstrom
Is it outlandish sci-fi? Is it shabby porn? Or is it some new mixture of the two? Whatever it is, it's pure genius. This book is less a work of literature than it is a work of art. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jesse B Ellyson
My favorite work by Mellick is the fragmented, nightmare-prose of works like this one. A literary misadventure that examines sexuality from several different angles, "Razor-Wire... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Vincenzo Bilof
This is definitely one of the most strange tales I believe CM3 has ever written. It is disgusting, torturous, vile, sexy, and amazing all rolled into one. Read morePublished 17 months ago by amadeo777
I remember hearing about this book back in 2009. I had wandered out into the living room of the trailer I shared with my Mother and her Life Partner to read the last book in "The... Read morePublished on September 29, 2012 by Steven R. Shroyer
but generally enjoyable.
Ever wonder what it'd be like to be a living sex toy? One owned by a crazy, mutant she-warrior with a penchant for some seriously painful sexing up? Read more
This is some seriously messed-up, weird-as-all-heck, jaw-droppingly nasty, almost impossibly imaginative literary vomit. Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by Bob Milne