- File Size: 2366 KB
- Print Length: 191 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LX7DSRP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,846 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Galataea Crystallim Core: Collection 1 Kindle Edition
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Personally, I'm not big into erotica. As such, I will not be reviewing this story on the steamy portions, although I'm sure they'll appeal to fans of this genre, even thought the story is really just one actual sex scene and then a lot of foreplay.
However, I found the writing itself to be really interesting and the story's world building intriguing. In some ways, it even reminded me a bit of the Coldfire Trilogy by CS Friedman.
The story takes place in the future. Humanity has colonized the stars and the setting is a planet with some very strange attributes, the most notable being crystalline beings that can manifest as (I'm assuming anything, but choose to pop into existences as:) monstergirls.
The sci fi aspects of this story elevate it above other similar types of stories I've read or even other things I've read by this author. The level of imagination is astonishing in this story. This world /feels/ sci fi. It's not just an approximation of our world with slightly better tech.
So all that said, the story itself is engaging but the writing is unclear sometimes, especially on the LitRPG portions. I wasn't entirely sure what was going on several times during the point/level optimization portions.
Also of note was the fact that several times exposition about something was given twice in a row. This wasn't necessary and affected the flow of the story. In fact, I felt like the story was well written, but have some pacing problems.
There were also a few spelling/omission mistakes and a some incorrect punctuation. The story didn't have too many errors, but I did notice some.
The one thing I noticed (or didn't notice) that I had to strain my suspension of disbelief for was that there was no opposition to the global push for everyone to feel loved and save all the lonely monstergirls.
There are ALWAYS people who buck the status quo or are just hateful in general. It could be that the author just doesn't want to include it in this story, but it was an undercurrent I noticed the absence of.
Anyway, I bought this book on a whim, and it was a fun read while it lasted. I'll be picking up the second one too. The MC's journey as a hunter intrigues me.
If someone had told me that in my life I'd read a Pokemon inspired erotica and find it to be enjoyable, compelling and even a little thoughtful I wouldn't have believed them before reading this. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
While I would definitely put this in the 18+ category. It was still a book that I would suggest to friends.
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