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Pirates of the Danube Kindle Edition
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Although the writing evokes words such as "steamy", "titillating"(huh-huh, I said tit), "bonerific" and "sensual", the cover photo only served to make me get tested for the herp.
I can only imagine how the erotic writing community will accept him with open arms, realizing that he, in fact "get's it". Especially the authors who really love kitties. And by kitties, I mean pussy. Did I mention kitties? *big grin*
To quote the esteemed Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth, "I don't want to live on this planet anymore". I want to live on whatever planet the Baron is living!
It is the superb writing that makes this novel shine. The clear, concise, yet delicate writing style, evident in such passages as the following, "The hunted had become the huntress. The f***ed had become the f***tress." Hemmingway would be proud.
Then there are subtle, sexually charged metaphors, "As the Baron thrust even deeper into her, she could feel him pressing against this inner goddess, perturbing the inner goddess's slumber. The Baron was poking Pepper's inner goddess in the eye with his noble member."
Oh, this book contains the most romantic of sexual innuendos, with sex scenes so vivid, so delicately described, they are sure to arouse any housewife, who's husband has been overseas for a good many years, and who probably never had much of a sex life to begin with. Here is one of these many delicate descriptions, "And the Baron laid her down, and sexed her. To the sounds of the explosions outside, the roars of the monster, the Baron sexed her good." Subtle, delicate and brilliant!
The character development of this novel is superb. The Baron von Hugenstein is an especially complex character. The depth of his character is expressed through his unique insights such as "'You know, its true,' he said, as if reading her thoughts., 'Everything I do, I do it for you.'" and "I look for the girl with a broken smile. Then I asked her if she wants to stay a while." Yes, this Baron is a man of mystery (and perhaps time travel!).
Surely to write such a great short novel the esteemed author must have labored at least a full week.
Do yourself a favor, buy this novel - I promise you will be left incredulous and agape by its profound contents.