Depravicus: The Sequel Mass Market Paperback – 7 Apr 2005
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Ray Gordon is the first name in erotic fiction, only he can break the conventions of sex and lay bare the fantasies within. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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That said I really enjoyed the book as a whole and recommend it to any fans of the genre. The story is very light hearted and doesn't take itself too seriously, as some titles from Nexus seem to. If you know Ray Gordon well you will recognise his style strait away here and you wont be dissapointed. There are also some very funny passages, usually involving Entercock and his slightly deranged view on the world and the girls within it.
I agree with another Amazon reviewer that it is hard to see much logic behind a lot of the story and many of the female characters do seem to come and go, quite literally, almost randomly, often never to be heard of again. The girls incidently also seem rather keen to get together with Will due, in part, to the attempt to catch Will out again by the Mother Superior/Inferior. Because of this it gives the whole book a very different feel to some of Gordon's other titles like School girl lust, for example, where everything is far more enforced. I also didn't like the ending too much as it seemed compressed together and had a slightly tacked on feel as if an attempt had been made to limit the increasing page numbers.
All this though will I'm sure be of no interest to a lot of readers who are merely concerned with the sex content, and thats fair enough, its Ray Gordon not Jane Austin! And that is where the book scores four stars. There are many good sex scenes most of them involving the posterior form of pleasure, but there is a good mix and some very hot under the collar moments. All in all, this is another good Ray Gordon entry and well worth checking out if your a fan of his other titles.
But this criticism on the story-part will only have mr. Gordon crying all the way to the bank, since his many readers that only buy his work for the saucy bits won't be disappointed by this sequel.
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