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A 50-page full colour anthology by Angyl Roper
A reprint of two early Jack Salem comics.
Full colour, by Bryan Talbot,
furry, steampunk, detective thriller.
A Must Read
I would recomend this book to any open minded gay adult Furry or not.
A very solid coming out story, and worth picking up for those into this genre. I find the body proportions as presented somewhat ridiculous, but the writing is solid and the characters are believable.
Michael Andrew Rudder
I don’t really know where to start with this one…
For one, it is not what you think it’s going to be. You see the classic muscle bound stud on the cover, with a twinky fox bent over on the back, and you think, “Oh joy… another, I’ve been straight forever, but now I wanna fuck this fox, stories” lord knows I’ve read enough of those on Sofurry.
This dog, Jake, starts off as a complete fucking asshole, the kind of homophobic guy you wouldn’t want to scrape gum off the bottom of your shoe with. But, by the end of the first chapter, not only is he taking 12 inches fox cock, he is the most adorable puppy dog that you just want to take home and cuddle all night. After that he does go back to his homophobic ways, but as the story goes on it becomes apparent how gay this muscle bound dog had been all along.
This thing is just packed with sex. Every chapter has you blushing and breathing heavy. It’s a steamy book for sure, not romantic steamy, but more like just hard core fucking steamy. I have to be honest… I had my doubts about it at first. I sort of have a bias against twinky guys. So when I flipped to the back cover I didn’t want to pick it up, then a friend nudged me into it, and I picked up a copy. And I gotta say I’m not disappointed.
That being said… it had a few problems. Going from what I read on the insert, the author kind of wanted Jake to suffer through his acceptance of his gayness, but I didn’t get that. He still came into it a little to easily in my opinion. There wasn’t ever a “I’ve hit rock bottom” moment, he sort of just walked into it, like he’d been spewing rainbows his whole life. He does go through a bit of a learning curve, but it could have been wider, and little more outstretched.
Then there were the last chapters near the end, and that’s when I felt a vain pop up on my forehead. I’m not going to say what happens because I don’t want to spoil too much. It’s just that would not have happened… I don’t care if it’s a made up world with talking animal people, but someone’s friends, especially ones like Jake had, would never do what all of them ended up doing. I can give him the lab, and I can maybe say one of his other friends, but all of them? I think not.
As far as the story goes, I’ll give it a 4 out of 5.
Sex was good.
Fun read, easy to bang (ha!) out in a few nights.
Nice flow, and cool writing style.
It’s worth the buy. I’m defiantly glad I picked up a copy for myself.
It would have been a 5, but with the character development flaws, I just couldn’t bring myself to give it that. It’s just wasn’t *there* yet.
-Ajax B. Coriander
quite a surprise
well this book was a real surprise. at first the description of the main character made me think "Well another one of those big giant muscle guy, to macho to try anything and not very bright" but sincerely already at the end of the first chapter i saw my mistakes.
my jaw dropped on the floor when i read it and it even made me laugh quite few.
the main character looks so cute and cuddly one you pass that first impression that you can't help but want to hug him like a giant over-sized teddy bear hehehe
it really wasn't a bad book and full of surprises like I like them personally
Written by Tagenar and Illustrated by NuDog