Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review for Dorian's World by Allen MAck

Title: Dorian’s Worlds
Release Date: May 5, 2013
Author: Allen Mack
Genre: M/M, Futuristic, Erotic, Romance, Fiction
Length: 16,727 words
Meows 4
Purrrs: Explicit
Blurb: On a future Earth, sex suppressants and tranquilizers are fed to youth at the onset of puberty, keeping them in perpetual servitude by the Revered Senior Classes. They're housed in sublevel cubicles beneath the city, with little ventilation, extreme heat, and complete lack of outdoor light. Homosexuality and bisexuality are encouraged to prevent a surplus of lower class citizens who might pose threats to Senior rule.

All menial Workers are trained to submit to sexual advances from any Senior with humility and enthusiasm. Medical advances have extended the Seniors' lives, making their rule virtually unending. Subordinate in every way, through training from early childhood, the lower Class has no recourse.

Then Dorian rebels. While in jail, he recruits others with the same attitude, who strive to leave Earth. But can they overcome the obstacles in their way to freedom?
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Reviewer:  Cat
Review:  I have just recently started reading some Science fiction/other world type stories. I found this one very intriguing.  It starts with a new rite that is taking place then goes into how the world came about then back to the rite. I did get lost once as it switched into the story of Dorian but once I figured out we went back to how things begin it went smooth. I found the world intriguing, and the names  of everything were pretty simple and interesting.  I found it quite thought provoking and beautiful. You may need a tissue or two.  I also liked the unexpected ending. Great interesting story!
Recommendations: To m/m and futuristic fans and anyone that likes a new world, and an unpredictable ending.
 Author Twitter: @McGillAllen

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