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- Print Length: 233 pages
- Publisher: fantasyfeeder.com (July 24, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 24, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00M3NLRWW
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #396,512 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fatter: A collection of 15 erotic weight-gain stories Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, this $10 collection of stories is totally worth it. Even if you are not into the communities at all, this book could easily serve as an introduction to just about all of its themes. The book basically seems to be structured as an introduction to different ways of looking at feeders, gainers and fat admirers as well as the more outlandish fantasies that tend to arise in these communities.
More than half of these stories are a surprisingly strong combination of fantasy and erotica. The other third or so are about stories based in the real world and they do a great job of battling the common perceptions of fat people (it is not usually reaching the levels of advocacy, but showing how romantic, deep and unexplored these experiences all are).
One great aspect of much of this weight gain erotica is the antagonism present in most of the stories. The first story "Three Heifers on a Holiday" does a great job on illustrating what you will find ahead, but it is actually a bit more crude with the gluttony than most stories in the collection. There is a very clear antagonist as well as a very clear protagonist and both help represent how fat people are somewhat central to society. Much of the stories are about a very insecure character on either the receiving or giving side of loving fat bodies or feeder culture because this is how the vast majority feel with this very public yet private fetish.
"Apocalypse Feeder" is perhaps the most awe-inspiring story in the collection, concept-wise. The apocalypse really accentuates how being babied as a feedee is naturally erotic and it also does a significant bit to break away from the idea that only nice people fall in love with fat people. It is also a bit of a commentary on how much luck plays into being accepted as a minority of sorts, and this is a theme that is constant within every one of these stories.
"Nero's Freshman Fifty", is the first story where overeating/feeding is placed on its own to be erotic. This is the first story where it plays only on fetishism and the nuances of being a feeder and watching your feedee grow. However, this story's big problem is in how the setting and plot do not really meld with the characters involved.
"Too Fat For An FA" (FA meaning Fat Admirer) is a very unique story in that it describes the transformation in attitude from love to hate and it tackles how ever-present the threat of losing a lover is when you are fat. It also manages to introduce a new concept which is kind of a spoiler, but just know that this story depicts a common fetish within the communities.
"The Elegant Interpreter" is easily the weak point of this collection, in my eyes. The erotic scenes are done pretty well, but the rest of the story lacks anything of interest. All that is really done is the exploration of a business environment, despite the main character's interesting career choice.
"Happy Tails Pig Farm" is the biggest story in here. It plays around with emotions a lot, but it has one flaw straight from the beginning - inaccurate weight descriptions. The impressions given on weight numbers just do not match up and this seems to happen a lot in the stories that follow, too. I almost feel like this story was not written by someone who enjoyed fat bodies despite their ability to describe them to a usable extent.
That is to say, this is perhaps the best-written narrative story in the collection. It does not capture passion, but it is a very enjoyable read and it has realistic expectations on most things. Even with all of the good, there seems to be other loopholes in the descriptions beside the weights that make it feel like we have been tricked into liking a writer who did not belong. The story introduces concepts that it hardly explores. For example, it seemed like there were going to be a lot of people entering the pig farm alongside the main character, but the pig farm sounds rather small and it takes a long time before a new character is introduced. A lot of the writing also seems like it is borrowing themes or scenes from classic movies (it just feels unoriginal).
"Corpulence in the Community" is a really interesting story and I feel that it captures the nuances of life as a fat couple very well while including very good erotica in addition to it. The story's central, futuristic theme is also really interesting. The world-building is very narrow, but it sets a very good atmosphere and really sets the mood for understanding the differences from our world and theirs.
"Poppy's Lunch Date" is a very sexy story. This is probably the top-grade of erotica content in here. It also helps that the realism is super strong using just a small set of details. The theme of this story is basically a legendary "casual encounter" for a person who has discovered their passion in feederism.
"Cinnamon Buns" this story is also a contender for the top-grade erotica, but it is almost solely based on fetish material. It does an even better job of capturing reality while it explores the next step up from dates and "casual encounters" - marriage and faithfulness and planning for the future. This story is probably my favorite! The start of the story is just a wonderful idea that will break down some non-feeder misconerceptions on the world and it expands perfectly from there. I almost felt like I lived through this story!
"The Anti-fat Policy" contends for my least favorite story with "The Elegant Interpreter". This story goes to an extremely predictable and localized route of plot development and it does not do anything fun. The Anti-fat policies of Japan scare me and this story did not manage to get rid of that bad taste. However, this story is important for introducing the theme of "stuffing", even going so far as to illustrate that weight does not play into the fetish very strongly.
"My Big Fat Pregnant Boy Friend" is a story that I would describe as too simple to be anything more than pure entertainment. The erotica is pretty decent, but the story required no thinking to come up with. Additionally, it puts out quite a bit of nonsense. Male pregnancy is a theme that manages to come up when looking into the feederism/FA culture and it is given a very obvious introduction here.
"Barbette the Blimpette" is a really cute and innocent story with a very smart theme. It is mainly about innocent gaining and culture differences.
"Perfectly Fat" has an very deep and abstract writing style that ironically resembles the style used in "The Elegant Interpreter". The plot is really good and well-explored. It has some undertones of how fat fetishism basically has become a new form of sex work and how getting a feeder feels like a truly special and personal experience even if you are treated impersonally. However, I would argue that the setting and environment are a lot stronger than the characters vital to the story, but that does not really break it.
"Falling For A Big Guy" is a very romantic and seemingly true-to-life depiction of college life. However, the ending got me pretty upset and felt too shallow. The theme of this story seems to be popular/untouchable people falling in love with the publicly unfavorable, but this theme is not clear.
"My Fat Love" is a very interesting story that seems to be laced with a few morally gray areas. The environment is rather enchanting and surreal while also being claustrophobic. This story introduces the proud fat family theme and the clash between outside culture and family culture.
Overall, this is one of the best books I've read. It blew my mind a couple of times and it was usually very entertaining.