Erotica SF/F Books
Reviews of alternative fiction books which are adult in content and for mature audiences only. (The reviews are written with terminology acceptable to any audience)
Celtic Darkness by Eoghain Hamilton - a review
In Celtic Darkness, author Eoghain Hamilton explores the supernatural folklore of Ireland blending the modern world with the ancient world of ghosts and sidhe
Coraline by Neil Gaiman - a review
Coraline unlocks a door in her flat and discovers a disturbing other world exists down a dark corridor.
From the Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury - a review
The Family, a group of misfits, ghosts, the undead, vampires and other creatures, come together to face their possible extinction at the hands of modern disbelief.
Mr B Gone by Clive Barker - a review
How does a demon find himself imprisoned in a book? After a series of unlucky experiences Jakabok Botch finds himself in just that situation.
Stagestruck Vampires by Suzy McKee Charnas
Stagestruck Vampires & Other Phantasms is a collection of short fiction and essays by award-winning author Suzy McKee Charnas.
Staying Dead by Laura Anne Gilman - a reivew
Wren is a Talent and a retriever. She´s paid to bring back magical objects, no questions asked. But her latest job is proving to be difficult.
The First Night by M.S. Fowle - a review
Ever since she was a a child, Alex knew monsters existed. Now as an adult she leads the fight against these chimeras, but learns her team is not the only one.
The Greyfriar by Clay & Susan Griffith
In 1870, a plague swept most of northern Europe, leaving vampires in its wake. In a matter of years, the great cities are in the control of the competing vampire clans. By the year 2020, humans have rebuilt society in a steampunk vein and are eager to reclaim Europe.
The Rift Walker by Clay & Susan Griffith
As Princess Adele flees from an unwanted marriage, she discovers her strange abilities may just be the ultimate weapon against the vampires threatening the Equatorian Empire.
The Third Section by Jasper Kent - a review
In the third title of the Danilov Quintet, What began with Alexi Danilov has now fallen to his children. Dmitri and Tamara have no knowledge of each other, yet each carries on their father's struggle against the vroodalak moving behind Russian politics.
Thirteen Years Later by Jasper Kent - a review
In an epic blending of folklore, history and personal narrative, the story of Aleksi Danilov continues as he fights vampires and revolutionaries
Touch the Dark by Karen Chance - a review
If you like your fantasy a little on the dark side, this is a good choice.
Twelve by Jasper Kent - a review SF/Fantasy Books Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | SF/Fantasy Books Site Map
In Twelve, author Jasper Kent paints a dark supernatural thriller against the backdrop of Napoleon´s invasion of Russia.
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