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No Glitter Blown

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The Human Cage - Wayne Mansfield 2.5 starsOne young man takes advantage of the opportunity offered by a family member and ends up on the disadvantage.Very descriptive language for the setting gives it an old fashion feel, intentional or not it suits the pseudo-taboo play being established on a stage of decadence. We move from Uncle Tom to a party of friends' questionable consent gangbang for Dale. Slightly raunchy feel with a lot of rimming and felching in the parts parade.The development of the characters relationships is a bit, okay, more than a bit quick. Dale goes from obsession with one character to another. The emotions are non-existent except for the swearing of words--actions mean nothing. Then, at the end there is a bizarre twist in the plot that just makes you go---WTF! That said, if you're looking for a book with some raw sex--this is it. And, at the risk of sounding sexist, it is written in a male style with more action and less sensorial language. It wouldn't be difficult to turn this into a skin flick. So final wrap: if you want a book with some raunchy sex and don't care about storyline at all, have at it--this has got a selection sure to please.Recommended to readers for whom plot can be extraneous and want their sex a little nasty. ~~ A copy was provided to me for a No Glitter Blown review~~Reviewed for Hearts On Fire Reviews