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Shatter Kinder - A Smut Saga, Vol. 3

(A Smut Saga #3)

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FOR ADULTS ONLY! EXPLICIT CONTENT (SEX, VIOLENCE, DRUGS, PROFANITY) The next chapter in the mind-bending Smut Sagas has arrived. The veil is finally lifted on Eden, the home of the gods. This is the story of Mordecio-Astothan, who is an Angel of Death for the gods themselves and a possible catalyst for the end of all things real and imagined. At once heart-rending, erotic, ...more
Paperback, first, 354 pages
Published February 22nd 2011 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published February 2011)
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Owen
Feb 26, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shatter Kinder serves as a prequel of sorts to Asphyxia, telling the story of Mordecio/Astothan and the hows and whys of the apocalyptic events that they set in motion which had to be resolved in volume 1 (as well as the story behind the gem in Eldridge's hat pin). It was slow going at first as I struggled to process the incredible amount of detail covering the dualistic nature of the Kinder as twinned individuals of either of two races on a higher plane of existence. Add in all the extra abilit ...more
Apothekari Peel
Mar 10, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Jeez... Where do I begin.
This book marks the peak of the Smut Sagas in the Shakespearean sense. It is to borrow Rod Serling's imitable words "the middle ground between light and shadow, science & superstition between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge". What I mean is this. This chapter of the Smut Sagas opens up a metaphysical universe only hinted at in the previous volumes. Ripping open the frighteningly thin skein separating the dimensions of reality and revealing in hallu
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Neither-Neither Larvae .'.Zagreus-Typhos-Semele.'. 418
A most amazing book that leads the reader through an exotic other-world that conjures up strange astral vistas & spiritual dimensions.

A mythographic world of beauty and terror that blends elements of low-fantasy sword & sorcery, high-fantasy surreality, gothic-horror, and bizarre eroticism that invokes a state of beatific desolation in your mind's eye.

This story has ties to Gori's first book & thus has given me the impression that she is going to be weaving her "Smut Saga" stories into an inter
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Janice Crespo
May 01, 2011 rated it it was ok
The story was ok - the footnotes, however, drove me nuts. When I go to read a novel, I want to be able to read through from start to finish, without having to look up footnotes. I understand the difference, and see the need to explain more, but doing in the text instead of making the reader leave their spot to go do research, would make this a much better book.

I do enjoy a wide variety of books, including fantasy, but it is too hard to get lost in the book - to put yourself there when you have t
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ILoveBooks
Aug 18, 2011 rated it liked it
This book is very unusually, not like anything many readers have read before. The characters take a while to get used to and are a bit wild. The plot is very unusual and inventive. The scenes are quick with a lot of detail. The reader will have to pay attention in order to keep up with this novel, it is easy to get lost. The characters switch on and off as far as who tells the story, it is mainly in the third person.


The author throws a lot of new vocab words and new plot lines at the reader, it
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Denielle
Apr 18, 2011 rated it it was ok
This was a very wierd book. Personally I did not like it, but I did finish it. Thanks
Iori
Mar 10, 2012 rated it liked it
i had a hard time reading this one it took me forever ... my guess due to a large portion of the book being so dense with things i had no point of reference for .
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Hailing from the outskirts of Mayberry, North Carolina, Gori Suture has been writing fiction since she could hold a crayon. In addition to penning Grand Guignol style horror stories and audiobooks, she is also the creator of a hybrid genre of literature that melds metaphysical and visionary fiction with erotic horror for the purpose of spiritual advancement. Presented in a series of seven novels c ...more

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A Smut Saga (4 books)
  • Asphyxia (The Paradox Chronicles, #1)
  • The Witch of Hainted Holler, A Smut Saga Vol. 2
  • Geist Kinder - A Smut Saga, Vol. 4

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