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- Print Length: 68 pages
- Publisher: ComeMiPolla Press (April 25, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 25, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C1J1QS8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #657,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Attack of the North Korean Giantesses: The Five Hive WiB Agents versus the Amazonian Giantesses Zapped with Nuclear Radiation (Triangulum Stain Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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This is the smutpunk equivalent of a sci-fi b-movie, a story full of spaceships, secret agents, giant women, giant futas, and aliens. It is a ton of fun, with everything from crushed cities, to breast milk pools, to human dildos, but there is far more to the story. There are also wartime atrocities, repressed memories, and complex relationships, all of which make the story relevant as well as entertaining.
Of course, this is smutpunk, so be prepared for quick-cut scenes, surprise twists, random bits of erotica, and even author intrusion into the narrative. Nothing about it is simple, and I love that.
By the way, for those of you keeping track, this is the fourth outing for the Five Hive, MJ's latex-clad Women-in-Black, following on the stiletto heels of Attack of the Replicating Aliens, The Battle for Alien Relish, Pop & Lollie. You do not need to have read them to enjoy this, but (fair warning) you will want to when you are done.
The story is poignant and the women sympathetic. At one point, I was very deeply moved by the plight of the characters. And all of it is set in a bloated cartoon of a universe. That is a deliberate choice and I think the only appropriate one in light of the book's politics. What intrigues me most is MJ's presence in the novel. He pops in as if he can't bear not to be included. Like a frustrated kid in a class waving his hand in the air to get teacher's attention, MJ punctures the narrative with moments of contemporary references (Trump) that cannot exist in the universe of the story. It's fascinating and I crave more of it.
This world is fragmented, shattered by war, sexual struggle, rape, obliterated homosexuality, forced virginity and eroticization. Bodies become extreme in the pain and pleasure inflicted and experienced. There is no middle ground, no gray area. Not a surprise. It is all part of MJ's “brand image”. Love life fully in the imagination if you can’t in reality. Wear multiple extreme masks like ancient Romans wore.
I've never understood the fetish for giantesses. I do now. I found my body understanding it long before I realized what was happening. The erotic elements are lush like a rain forest, packed with life and the roughness of nature. You don't need to be into giantesses to be into giantesses. MJ will get you where you need to go. It is truly a testament to a writer's power to accomplish such a feat.
The WIB have been called in to monitor North Korea after a nuclear reactor had a meltdown due to gross incompetence. What they see there is heads and rice flying, milk flowing, people being sat on, futas, giant women on a rampage, greasy chicken legs, Elvis style stiff hair and of course we find the Author having his 2 cents worth of ranting mid way through the story....... Uhh what ?
This book is the fourth book in The Triangulum Stain episode/series by the weirdly imaginative and often outspoken Moctezuma Johnson.
I highly recommend this book to all that are into the strange, the unconventional and often bizarre stories that have a splash of sci-fi, a dash of erotica and a pinch and slice of all the rest.
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book.
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