- File Size: 322 KB
- Print Length: 67 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Broken Wings Media; 1 edition (October 31, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 31, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0164KLJ90
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,052,556 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Disturbia Ritual Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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But he knows that Hell awaits him.
One night, a strange woman appears, a porcelain ballerina with the head of a candy calavera (Mexican skull candy). Midnight is beautiful, enchanting, and ushers in an erotic night. At the end, she promises to reunite him with his wife if he does four tasks for her.
Corvus agrees and Midnight pricks him with a poisoned needle and he falls into the strange afterlife of Disturbia. There, he must service four women to win Midnight the four keys she needs.
The Disturbia Ritual is a darkly erotic and macabre tell of love and hope. Lilith and Maria make the disturbed sexy, feeling every page with passion and loss. Each character is broken in their own ways and looking to feel once again.
Lilith and Maria have penned another great story. They make you feel for their characters and keep you reading. What will happen when Corvus finishes his task. Will he be reunited with his wife?
I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review, but then I liked the story so much I bought my own copy to support the author.
Reviewed on behalf of Once upon an Alpha
I have nothing to say and too much to say all at the same time. Every once in a while I get to read a book that just blows my mind and fills me with so much inspiration that I want to just print out all the pages and paste them on my walls so that I could live in its pages until I have consumed, obsessed over and worked out every one of its words until it’s a part of me.
This was such a book.
How do I even start this review? What should I begin to describe first? How can I even do it justice?
Corvus has lost his wife to death. He battles with the loss of her every day until one night when a porcelain doll enters his room and promises him a chance to see his wife again. But in order to see her again he must do something for Lady Midnight first; pleasure her collection of monstrous women in order to find the keys that will eventually lead him to his wife again.
What was it about this book that had me so enthralled? Was it the beautiful sense of melancholy that permeated all throughout this book? Was it the wonderfully creative world these authors weaved, which smacked of a dark hybrid between A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Alice (Alex?) in Wonderland? Was it the beauty in the eroticism that was escalated by the hints of the forbidden and grotesque? Or was it in the way the authors gorgeously worked in metaphors for death and the harbingers thereof, from blackbirds to cages to angels of death and calaveras?
Maybe it’s all of those, maybe it’s none of those. All I know is that underneath it all there was a beautifully ethereal fairy tale and an epic romance told that has me wishing I suffered from a severe case of memory loss so I could experience it all over again.
The Disturbia Ritual is described as Gothic Erotica, but I can’t in good conscience call it that. It was SO much more than that. I cannot recommend this book enough.
(ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review)