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Calum MacIver, a UK based blogger on all things underground, trashy, and hell, fun, has been digging into Martian Migraine Press author Justine G‘s weird-erotic opus BLACKSTONE Erotica series lately. Check out these excerpts from his reviews of Red Monolith Frenzy, Green Fever Dream, and the two (so far!) Summonings books…
“The plot is intriguing, the writing is smooth and elegant and there are some really clever turns of phrase that help the forward momentum and at the same time deliver an intriguing off-kilter feel. The combination of bizarre perverted sex, weird supernatural elements and insane cosmic horror all work in perfect unison to make Red Monolith Frenzy a magnificently entertaining read and the perfect combination of Lovecraftian creepiness, freaky erotica and cosmic horror.” (Read more on Calum’s KVLT KVLTURE blog)
“The plotting is breakneck with little opportunity to catch a breath between one mad scene or insane situation, but the writing compliments the furious pace with ease; smooth, easy to follow and with just the right touch of mystery to keep the reader fully engaged and wanting more. Some of the passages and phraseology are excellent -redolent of Lovecraft but with their own unique spin: “I witnessed its kin as they performed unholy rituals of staggeringly alien beauty in dripping caverns of onyx and mother-of-pearl”. The psycho-sex is literally out-of-this-world, hot and freaky with the cosmic horror elements masterfully integrated into the overall story – the climax is pure Lovecraft but done in a whole new way … an excellent read and a worthy second instalment in the Blackstone series…” (Read more on Calum’s KVLT KVLTURE blog)
“The two Blackstone books provided hugely exciting slices of bizarre Lovecraftian sex and wild cosmic horror – the two Summonings books follow in the same vein and if anything amp up the madness to new levels. Summonings: Anicka and Kamil, in particular, delivers an eye-watering, brain-scrambling sex sequence between Anicka, Kamil and Daoloth. It’s not often that I’ve read something google-eyed in amazement, but the climactic sequence in this was like nothing I’ve read before – imaginative, crazy, bizarre, sick and absolutely brilliant! In comparison Summonings: Yvette’s Interview is positively calm and restrained, but that said it is still a surging, throbbing Lovecraftian quagmire of weirded-out transgressive cosmic sex and alien-black witchery. I cannot recommend this series highly enough.” (Read more on Calum’s KVLT KVLTURE blog)
Can YOU handle something this eye-watering and brain-scrambling? Yeah? Well, PROVE IT, ladies and genotypes. Get down and squelchy with Justine G’s BLACKSTONE Erotica series today! And head on over to KVLT KVLTURE for a truly exhaustive (and pleasantly exhausting!) round-up of all things awesome; Calum is doing the good work, we’re convinced.