In the Survivors' Future, the Farchitects of Alluvium protect and preserve the last, dying city, Alluvium, last bastion of humanity. Theirs is a collective, harsh existence. Genetic predetermination decides their fate. All sacrifice for the city. There is no love, no hate, and no desire. There is only unity of purpose and, finally, death. But one fateful night, one of theiIn the Survivors' Future, the Farchitects of Alluvium protect and preserve the last, dying city, Alluvium, last bastion of humanity. Theirs is a collective, harsh existence. Genetic predetermination decides their fate. All sacrifice for the city. There is no love, no hate, and no desire. There is only unity of purpose and, finally, death. But one fateful night, one of their number discovers a mysterious device, a device that transports her far from her home, a device that takes her to a distant, wind-swept plain. There she encounters a strange people whose leader has been stricken by a mysterious illness. Trapped, Class One Engineer, Zero Generation must find her way home, but to do so she must awaken lusts and desires that her dying future have long forgotten. She must cure this leader of his impotence and restore him to his rightful path. For he is to be none other than the Great Khan, Genghis.History has been diverted from its proper path and only she can set it right. From its quiver she must draw the empire's arrow....
|Title||:||empire s arrow|
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|Number of Pages||:||455 Pages|
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empire s arrow Reviews
I went into this book totally blind. I saw a post on Facebook and thought the cover was beautiful, but why was she bald? Eh, eh, I know I’m weird sometimes but I do like weird, strange, bizarre. The blurb was so intriguing I immediately downloaded Empire’s Arrow on my kindke and started reading.Reading? No, more like living the story together with Class One Engineer, Zero Generation (the bald woman), directly inside her body, mind and soul.First person is usually a turn-off for me but the story was so engrossing that every thought, every feeling, every urge, every desire was… mine. Really weird but in a very, very, very gook kind of way. Reading Empire’s Arrow was a temporal and sensual experience, totally unexpected and I loved it. Utterly awesome!I can’t wait the return of Class One Engineer, Zero Generation in Chronosexual #2: The Sexual Revolution.Here is the blurb:Paris. 1801. Napoleon is at the height of his powers. Europe cowers, quivering at his feet. He Will never be more popular than he is at this moment. But something is terribly wrong. Paris has become a closed city, the hedonistic capital of a new Empire of Perversion with Napoleon and Josephine at its head. Sexual delights and craven evils abound. The great revolutionary momentum has come to a grinding halt. His conquest have been forgotten. France teeters on the brink of political and Financial collapse. Nothing can stop Napoleon’s voracious sexual appetites. History has been derailed once again. But in La Maison de Charenton, an asylum on the outskirts of the closed city, a new inmate has arrived, a strange young woman who claims to have come from a mysterious, distant city, a young woman who carries a desperate fire within her. Taken under the wing of her new mentor, the Marquis de Sade, one of the Empire of Perversion’s top advisors, she will try to restore Napoleon’s errant destiny. Will her education at the hands of Europe’s most deviant sexual minds and amongst the thieves and scoundrels of the streets of Paris give her means to once again set history on its correct path? Or will she too succumb to the debauchery of the Sexual Revolution?
I'm not much on reviews, but I really liked this book a lot. First, it's longer than other erotica books. Second, it's really engrossing--like Game of Thrones engrossing. It takes a long time for the sex to get rolling because the whole book is a buildup to the main character losing her virginity basically restoring a timeline in the past. She comes from a weird, dystopian future where everyone is genetically constrcuted (I think?) and just keep the last parts of the human race alive. She finds a time machine, by accident, also weird because she doesn't realize what's going on, only the reader does. That's the cool thing: it's first person (the adventures continue and turn into a war through time?) but she writes it like it's the first time. Virginities within virginities. It's really just one of the best erotic sci-fi books I've read (there aren't many).It takes its time, but the 40+ page sex scene at the end is the big payoff. This would make a good TV show, too.
I love weird, fantastic erotica & I love good storytelling. This novel has both. The sexual parts do not dominate the plot but are very much part of it. They are there without getting in the way of the story, which is very cool.A young woman from a dilapidated, dystopian future finds a time machine and goes back in time where she meets Genghis Khan (eventually). The book is about her adventures with the Mongols and her slow sexual awakening because in her future there is no sex or love or anything.I loved it! I'd recommend it to people who like slower, sexier books.