In the downturn of disheartening recession, an entrepreneurial couple lift spirits by taking their private games public!
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Somewhat more down to earth than his earlier collection, ‘The Museum of Deviant Desires’, the narrative in Fulani’s ‘Hunting, Racing, Shooting’ largely eschews the “meta” in favor of a more straightforward, less cerebral type of storytelling. This is not to say that there isn’t much to enjoy here; this little book, consisting of three interlocking episodes, features the author’s signature brand of techno-bondage, his fascination with the unexpected erotic possibilities of the most seemingly ordinary objects, and his masterly employment of setting as catalyst for action. As with the brilliant stories in ‘Museum’, here plot proceeds from setting—in this case, an old military base re-purposed as a paintball/airsoft range and occasional-BDSM playground—taking advantage of erotic potential in a way that feels almost perfectly organic. The first story, ‘Hide and Seek’ is about just that, while ‘Horses for Courses’ takes readers into the weirdly charming world of pony play, and ‘L.A.R.P.’, a weekend of para-military roleplaying with a nod to classic sexploitation flicks of the 1970s.
-Erotica for the Big Brain