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(III)
(III)
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars lovely, 3 Dec. 2012
This review is from: (III) (Audio CD)
Just lovely, really enjoyed this record and have been something of a fan for many years. A welcome return. Ace!


Her Turn
Her Turn
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amy does it again, 27 Jun. 2012
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This review is from: Her Turn (Kindle Edition)
I've been a long time lover of this naughty little girl's work, and she simply gets better and better with time. This story turns things a little on their head, and offers something quite different from normal. As such, it manages to be doubly erotic, utterly delicious and deeply satisfying for her growing fanbase. Amy is a girl with exceptional talent for writing and for fantasy, and long may she continue... even if stories like this inspire a wicked jealousy in the hearts of men like me! Amy... don't stop writing! You feed my fantasies. x

Benji


The Pornographer of Vienna
The Pornographer of Vienna
by Lewis Crofts
Edition: Paperback

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Salaciously gripping, 8 Sept. 2008
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As a huge fan of Schiele's paintings and infamous ego, I read this book with joy. There are particular moments spread throughout the novel which, if you are very familiar with Schiele's work, are just so much fun to read. The author seems to like to slip in detailed descriptions of self-portraits or portraits painted by Egon to describe scenes that are not necessarily connected to the portraits themselves; the reader starts to see everything in Schiele-vision - all joints are bony and jutting, all plants are skeletal, all movement is uncomfortable and self aware.
A surprisingly enjoyable romp indeed.
Oh, and to the woman who wouldn't read it because it had a reproduction of a painting of a nude girl on the cover - don't worry, you really wouldn't have liked it anyway. Small minds cannot grapple large themes.


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