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D.V. Sadero
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Revolt of the Naked

3.86  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
The colonists on Talanta, man’s farthest reach into space from Earth, strive to continue the human race after a plague has left only males alive. A race of slaves is created, the Nakeds, who are unable to resist any order given them by their masters, the Freemen. Many of the Nakeds are worked to exhaustion and made to perform any sexual service their masters desire. Some ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Badboy (first published February 1995)
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Nov 24, 2012 M rated it did not like it
Your enjoyment of this book will ultimately depend on your life circumstances, your tolerance for having your intelligence insulted and your reason for reading it. If, for example, your are a purveyor of homosexual adult films with a penchant for wacky science fiction, a dislike of large, multisyllabic words as well as a yearning to deliver an important social message about equality (who is looking for an idea for a film), then this book is for you. It has many elements which I imagine would ...more
Alan Muchmore
Aug 29, 2012 Alan Muchmore rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I found this a very exciting read. There’s a lot of m/m sex, and it’s worked into an interesting plot: A slave revolt, power struggles, an earthquake. But the story centers around a young man and his two fathers. And there’s an intriguing mix of super-advanced technology and the primitive lives the men must endure to keep it going. And I really enjoyed a wild sex-and-substances scene in the jungle. It comes near the end of the story. - Clifton Ezell
Nathan Burgoine
Jan 30, 2013 Nathan Burgoine rated it really liked it
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I read and reviewed this for Erotica Revealed.

I went into Revolt of the Naked in the wrong frame of mind. I am a big science fiction fan, but came late to the party, and haven’t done much back-tracking. It was only a couple of years ago, for example, that I read Ringworld. Ringworld has a kind of “out-of-date” charm to it. As did I, Robot. No one would swear by saying “Sizzling Saturn!” for example. I flinched a few times reading those, and then got past it to the stories at the core – which I
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Sam Soto
Jul 11, 2013 Sam Soto rated it liked it
Certainly a book for mature gay readers who have a itch for hardcore sex, if that is what your looking for and don't mind a sci-fi universe to explore it in then I would definitely recommend this book to you.
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