Astra and Flondrix

Astra and Flondrix Astra and Flondrix represents a departure in the field of fantasy fiction an erotic Tolkien Seamus Cullen using a humor ranging from the gentle to the ribald has joined past mythology to a post atom

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  • Title: Astra and Flondrix
  • Author: Seamus Cullen
  • ISBN: 9780140046342
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • Astra and Flondrix represents a departure in the field of fantasy fiction an erotic Tolkien Seamus Cullen, using a humor ranging from the gentle to the ribald, has joined past mythology to a post atomic age In doing so, he has created a magical world for adults as unique as the one Richard Adams created for children in Watership Down.The book begins many years from nowAstra and Flondrix represents a departure in the field of fantasy fiction an erotic Tolkien Seamus Cullen, using a humor ranging from the gentle to the ribald, has joined past mythology to a post atomic age In doing so, he has created a magical world for adults as unique as the one Richard Adams created for children in Watership Down.The book begins many years from now, when, in a rude new world built in the atomized ashes of the old, a son is born to Barlocks, the Dark King a son part mortal and part elf This son, Flondrix, the product of Barlocks unheard of sexual transgressions with an Elvan princess, sets out on a gargantuan quest for both a past and a future, wending his way through neo medieval kingdoms of dwarves, people, and elves What the naive Flondrix never realizes is that he holds the future of the world between his thighs.The book s own special apocalypse is reached in the confrontation between the distorted skills of the scientist sorcerer Kranz and the innocent sensuality of Flondrix and Astra, the daughter of the Elvan King The result a fourth world war of magic.

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    1. If you consider yourself at all prudish, this isn't for you. By the end of the second chapter there was no telling how much more depraved the book was going to get. Fortunately, I'm not easily shocked and I was quite intrigued by this guy's imagination. I think there is a niche for this kind of thing, albeit quite a small one, and I applaud him for going for it. During the first half it did feel as though it was his sole intent to make it as perverted as possible, but towards the end the story d [...]

    2. My first introduction to this book was in high school when my creative writing teacher, Mr. Bucy, brought it to class. He held it up and said "this book has all the sexual acts I'd thought possible by page 50". And while I was curious, I was not one of the two students who raced to the front of the room when he set it down on a stool with the instructions "now nobody come up here to get it".It's a retelling of the classic faery story, of a faery boy with a human father and elven mother, much alo [...]

    3. This is a porn Lord of the Rings. I'm going to be straight about this. I found this in a used bookshop in Pittsburgh, and the bizarro prose obsessed me, and my friend then started reading passages out loud, and things got awkward.I'm sort of fascinated by this, as it tries to be a serious high-fantasy novel with geneologies and types of creatures and post-apocalyptic dwarves and fire shooting out of places where fire should not be shooting. It is by no means a good novel, and yet its ambition is [...]

    4. This would have been a really amazing read, if not for the "eroticism." There was no need for it, for all the weird peeing and odd colored ejaculate and very, very weird genitalia. Cullen created a pretty cool fantasy world with a neat twist and premise and then ruined it by adding adolescent sexual nonsense.

    5. nhwvejournal/1109706ml[return][return]A rather bizarre and somewhat distasteful fantasy novel: Elvish genitals come in pairs, while Dwarves have a more complex spiral arrangement (on which the male Dwarves spring across the countryside). I read to the end hoping there would be a punchline; but there wasn't.

    6. Will not attempt to describe this. If you have read it, you understand why. Ridiculously perverted. My warning has been given.

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