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Friday, January 27, 2017

WTF Friday: Futanari Dino Riders of the Apocalypse by Bryce Calderwood

Well, another WTF Friday is upon us, which means we once again turn the Ruins over to my dark half. As regular visitors will know, Foster Medina has a passion for messed up literary diversions - books that are bizarre, twisted, grotesque, and kinky - and he's only too happy to splatter them across the page.



With Bryce Calderwood having delivered 2 perfect WTF Friday reads last year (In the Arms of Love & One Good Turn), I've been eager to dig deeper into his den of depravity and see what other perversions he puts on the page. More specifically, in looking at his latest series, I wanted to see if he could do for dinosaurs what he's already done for vampires and tentacles.

In The Magpie, the first 'episode' of the season, Bryce Calderwood introduces us to the characters of his post-apocalyptic world. We aren't given a lot of background at this point, but we do know we're stuck on a post-apocalyptic future Earth that's largely regressed to a 19th century Wild West kind of society. What makes this future stand out is two things, both of which are remnants of ill-conceived 21st-century scientific engineering - the wild dinosaurs that roam the land, and the futanari beauties who tame them.

Xenia is an Old West style gunslinger with the attitude of an action hero, the manners of a thug, and the libido of a porn star. To put it bluntly, she fucks as well as she fights, and she does both exceptionally well. She comes riding into the town of Brooklyn on a ravenous T-Rex by the name of Roxanne, saves the lovely Mags from a gang of thieving locals, and wisely allows her mount to finish shredding a man's leg before attempting to tie her up for the night. With the action out of the way, the rest of the story is largely about Mags paying her back for the rescue . . . futanari-on-futanari style.

With the second episode, Bath Time Fun, the overall doesn't really advance anywhere, but it does reveal a few interesting details about the future, including the fact that bullets have taken over as the primary currency. What we do get is more sex - a lot more sex - alongside with some decent character development for both Xenia and Mags.

I loved the irony of making a sleazy tavern out of St. Patrick's church, and the introduction of Jada, the futanari barkeep who is (quite literally), hung like a horse was a fun twist. Her payment for a bed and a bath won't come until the next episode but, in the meantime, Xenia and Mags are more than happy to help one another get clean . . . before making a colossal mess of one another all over again.

There's not quite enough story or world-building (yet) in the first two episodes to classify it as another 5-star read (we'll see how season 1 plays out), but it certainly qualifies as imaginatively provocative erotica with a fun concept. Make no mistake, Futanari Dino Riders of the Apocalypse is most definitely hardcore, no-holds-barred, nasty-as-hell erotica, but it is also (very) messy fun.

Kindle Edition
Published August 18th 2016 & August 30th 2016

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