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Sgt. Vlengles' Revenge (A Boner Book) Paperback – December 1, 2003


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  • Series: A Boner Book
  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: The Nazca Plains Corporation (December 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1887895515
  • ISBN-13: 978-1887895514
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,725,311 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This second collection shows that Brough has grown as a writer. The nine stories and one satirical essay are more focused on character and plot than the previous collection. There is also a lot less fetish that stories are built around.

Many of the stories are nonconsensual in nature or become that during the telling. Several contain raunchy elements and all, of course, are gay male in character orientation. "There's No Such Thing as a Pushy Bottom (and Other Myths Debunked)" is one of the funniest and truest essays I've ever...

The second anthology from gay fetish author Tim Brough follows the same format as his first, "Black Gloves, White Magic." "Sgt. Vlengles' Revenge" contains a dozen stories written for various magazines and websites over a ten year period, and cover a great deal of topics.

About the Author

When you think of Rubber/SM stories, you think of Tim Brough. Editor of two important rubber/latex publications, containing countless hot, steamy tales of lusty adventure, plus authoring his own classic accounts of this mysterious genre.

More About the Author

Tim Brough was born in May 1960 and grew up in Central Pennsylvania eating Hershey candy and Lebanon Bologna. He became a bookworm and lost all his body hair by the time he was seven; the condition is known as Alopecia. By the seventies, in addition to being the family bookworm, he started discovering he was a rock and roll freak.

Tim discovered that not only did he enjoy writing; he had a genuine flair for it. After graduating from Palmyra High School in 1978, he was off to Susquehanna University where along with his studies he found himself doing stand-up comedy, singing in a punk band and even dressing up as a clown for a summer at Hersheypark.

Even though Tim has laid down roots in six states, he currently calls Philadelphia home. He is currently working on a new short story collection and a novel.

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 3, 2004
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The second anthology from gay fetish author Tim Brough follows the same format as his first, "Black Gloves, White Magic." "Sgt. Vlengles' Revenge" contains a dozen stories written for various magazines and websites over a ten year period, and cover a great deal of topics. But the difference is in that, this time, the stories are frequently darker and lengthier. The subtitle "And Other Abuses of Power" is not mere hyperbole.
The title story, for instance, twists and turns as Sgt. Vlengles meets up with a cadet whom, 18 years ago, managed to get him dismissed from his post as a State Police Academy superintendent. In a session that goes horribly wrong, the participants each discover that revenge may not be so sweet. This kind of psychological bending goes on through the Truth or Dare challenge of "I Remember The Air Raid Sirens." The characters are more inclined to be authority figures than before, and the power exchanges described lean toward the way men exercise that kind of authority.
Not like everything in "Sgt. Vlengles' Revenge" is enveloped in darkness. As the author describes in a brief explanation before one the pieces, a satirical article written for the Sandmutopian Guardian magazine, that "the best leather jackets are carved from the sacred cow." The following piece, "There's No Such Thing As A Pushy Bottom," takes the wind out some of the biggest sails in the community and -- again as Tim puts it -- makes the story a "true abuse of power."
There are also two stories that get at many of the deeper issues involved in relationships, they are "The Butch God Trilogy" and "To Explode In Beauty," where the characters explore what exactly draws them to these encounters and, most importantly, what makes them feel complete about being there. For both "Black Gloves, White Magic" and "Sgt. Vlengles' Revenge," it is the author's understanding of those who participate that make many of his stories such satisfying reads.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By TammyJo Eckhart VINE VOICE on August 12, 2004
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This second collection shows that Brough has grown as a writer. The nine stories and one satirical essay are more focused on character and plot than the previous collection. There is also a lot less fetish that stories are built around. Many of the stories are nonconsensual in nature or become that during the telling. Several contain raunchy elements and all, of course, are gay male in character orientation. "There's No Such Thing as a Pushy Bottom (and Other Myths Debunked)" is one of the funniest and truest essays I've ever written. If you didn't read it in the SandMUtopian Guardian its worth this book for just that.
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