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The Traveling Sex Game Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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I enjoyed the storyline very much. It was simple and there was not much convoluting it, which made it for an easy and quick read. A lot of the stories had me giddy just thinking how much the participants enjoyed themselves. I even thought about how I had a purple ribbon on suitcase at one time. Without knowing what it meant before reading this book, I thought that color would have fit me perfectly. Just know that not every story ended in a happy ending and that aspect brought a realistic side to the game itself. It showed that there were perks but also consequences to playing the game.
However, there were some parts where the storyline lulled. I also would have wanted the author to better present the connections between the characters, especially characters that were introduced to the game by others but the person introduced were not part of a story specifically.
Overall, I really liked this story. I was thinking of putting my ribbon back on my suitcase to possibly meet others who have read the book and to also see if this game really does exists. This would make for a fun adventure.
Every story is a little different of why they are playing the game and there’s some surprising players. There’s two main rules don’t play in your own yard and never repeat with the same person.
The story is very well written but there’s no love story or hea, it’s just a game. Reviewed on behalf of Once Upon An Alpha.
A reporter, Calvin, is given a tip about a Travelling Sex Game with thousands of people around the world taking part. His interest is peaked! He has to get more information! After convincing his editor this is a newsworthy story, he gets the go ahead and goes on assignment!
People put ribbons on their luggage to signify they are playing the game. Each ribbon has a different level of participation. After meeting person after person sharing their stories, Calvin is hooked!
Billed as fiction, I found this very intriguing! It was a bit different than I originally thought it was going to be. Set as encounters told by the people sharing their stories with Calvin, I expected to be on the more erotic or risqué side of things. Some were spicy, and some were quite bland. It was their stories told to Calvin.
I would've liked more heat in the story, but maybe this wasn't fiction after all??
I know I won't look at luggage ribbons the same again!
First of all, it is so poorly formatted, it's hard to read on a Kindle, but worse than that is it is incredibly boring.
The story is made up of sections that are various people's experiences with the traveling sex game. So each time a section begins, the reader has to sit through another explanation of the rules and how it works. Boring!!!
The premise is preposterous. The characters are ridiculous. Their interactions are perfunctory and dull. It is the least sexy book about a sex game you're likely to ever find.
I read a little over a third of the book before I simply couldn't do it anymore. Awful, awful, awful. Less than one star.
I read an ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. This is the worst book I've read in years. I hate giving bad reviews because I understand how hard it is to write a book. This one should be taken out and buried somewhere though. My apologies to the author, but better luck next time.
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Now for the GAME.