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Wait… what? No, really. What!? 0

In a world where bestiality is normal and the dominant sexuality, the vegisexuals are rioting. In the middle of those riots, Officer Jok meets Brin. Brin is a mineralsexual. From thereon out, a what I think should be tragic love story ensues.The Good:The setting: There’s something amazing about this book. Nothing is explained. We’re left to assume that this book is set in the near future, given the tech we see. But how did humanity end up having partners for life in dogs? Why? Nothing is explain...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Well. 0

That happened. If I had to describe this in one word, it would probably be.... real?.... or pure. Pure is more like it. Pure in the sense that all the dialogue is pure, unadulterated spoken thoughts. This book is an exploration in sexuality beyond homosexual, bisexual, or transsexual. They have what I suppose we call bestiality ((although they have the more eloquent term of "zoosexual")), vegisexual ((plant lovers)), and mineralsexuals ((mineral lovers)).This brings in a lot of dimension to the ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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