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The Erotofluidic Age

4.19  ·  Rating Details ·  21 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
In The Erotofluidic Age, Vinnie Tesla returns to the world of The Ontological Engine, adding two more works to his oeuvre. This new digital volume combines two short stories and a novella revolving around the same characters we met in the original story. He combines his love for the erotic with a truly comprehensive world of his own, a steampunk tale with a sense of humor ...more
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Published April 27th 2011 by Circlet Press
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Jul 27, 2011 Natalie rated it it was amazing
Shelves: for-fun
This is seriously my kind of smut: a wide variety of utterly perverse situations, actual plots, and a narrative voice straight out of the period in which the book is set (why yes, I have read more than my fair share of Victorian porn: want to make something of it?).

The Erotofludic Age is a collection of three connected stories: "The Ontolological Engine, or, The Modern Leda", "Miss Pierce's Positon", and "The Terminando". The premise is that Mr. Daedalus Tesla is a scientist who has invented a
Tommy Carlson
Jan 27, 2013 Tommy Carlson rated it it was amazing
So, a few weeks ago, I reviewed Fantastic Erotica: The Best of Circlet Press 2008-2012. My only complaint, really, was that the sex itself was pretty plain vanilla.

Following my review, one of the authors in the collection sent me a message suggesting his own The Erotofluidic Age as a rather kinkier alternative. Of course, I had to take him up on his suggestion.

Structurally, the book is basically three linked novellas, and this serves the stories fine. But you don't care about that! You want to k
Apr 03, 2013 Figgypudding rated it it was amazing
What I find hottest in pornographic writing is perspective, pure and simple: I want to know what it's like to be someone else, to fuck someone else, to desire someone (or something) else.

With this book, I got what I wanted: Vinne Tesla's Erotofluidic Age captured my imagination, pinned it down, and did completely unspeakable and filthy things to it. The sexual scenes in the book are wildly varied -- from gender-bending gentleman's club dungeons to enthusiastic & mad scientists -- and I did
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Sep 02, 2015 Morgan Parabola rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: first-reads
A very brisk read.

Upon completion of this book I set it off to the side and stared vacantly in the distance asking myself, "what in the ____ did I read?!" Not saying I disliked it, on the contrary I thought the book was splendid, but it's certainly a mind-f&ck. Also, there are certain parts I found particularly cringe-worthy, but I'll let them slide without mention.

There really is no other book like this in existence, blending together bits and pieces of Steampunk, science fiction, historica
Lisabet Sarai
Jul 30, 2011 Lisabet Sarai rated it it was amazing
Marvelous! In the original sense of the word, meaning full of near-miraculous events and surprising twists. Original, imaginative and delightfully perverse. If you like steam punk erotica, try Vinnie Tesla's variant. It makes much of the competition seem dull by comparison.
Mar 05, 2012 Anna rated it really liked it
Shelves: steampunk, anthology
There are three connected novellas in The Erotofluidic Age, focused primarily around the same cast of characters. Daedalus Tesla (yes, of course he's related to Nikola Tesla), mad scientist and ontological pioneer, uses sexual energy to power the machines he uses in his experiments. Not his own, of course; like his famous relative, Daedalus prefers celibacy, so he needs lusty volunteers. Unfortunately, the ontological forces aren't always predictable, and Victorian attitudes towards sex add thei ...more
May 18, 2013 Mark rated it liked it
Shelves: nsfw-book-club
Vinnie Tesla won me over. I went into this book expecting to hate it but over time I found myself begrudgingly enjoying the story. And parts of it were actually funny! The smarmy writing style is really hard to take initially. I thought the author's treatment of the genderqueer violas was really well done. Some of the strange sex scenes such as the geoduck scene or the animated strap-on scene seemed like they were just put in there to impress you with their strangeness. Okay, Mr. Tesla.

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