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Post-Depravity describes a near future in which people are little more than vectors for strange desires — and yet the increasing ordinariness of strange desires causes a vicious circle, degenerates striving for ever more outlandish forms of sexual gratification. The result, "post-depravity," is an impending state in which perversity and normality become identical.

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Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 15th 2014 by Supervert 32C Inc.
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Fede
Feb 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Oh my God.

I wish I could just get over this book. Rate it five stars, shelve it among my faves and fuck everything.
But I can't. I feel the morbid need to describe what it is like to read "Post-Depravity" by Supervert, this unknown genius so fiercely determined to achieve the total fragmentation and reconstruction of his readers' mind.
Supervert. Whoever you are, you're not a writer: you're an insane prophet floating in the black oily swamp of our soul.

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Jan 07, 2021 rated it it was amazing
My favorite book by the daddy of depravity. Memorable characters, a strange and wonderful format, and a story you won't easily forget...even if you wish you could. ...more
Ben Arzate
Apr 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Post-Depravity shows that Supervert is one of the most interesting transgressive writers working today. His approach to the subject of deviant sexuality is fascinating, thought provoking, and real pleasure to read. I highly recommend this novel.

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