NSFW Book Review: In Silver by Miss Irene Clearmont






Title: In Silver





Author: Miss Irene Clearmont





Publisher: Femdom Cave





Publication Date: Oct 30, 2019





Genres: Erotica





Shelves: Female-authored, Female-fronted, Female-dominant, transgender





Wow. With the publication of In Silver, one of most significant - and certainly the finest - epics of female domination and female superiority comes to a triumphant close. With a final volume that's almost as long as the first three combined, Miss Irene Clearmont ties together all the loose threads, explores all the hints of plots and teases of betrayals, and . . . well, changes the world.





I had the extreme pleasure of getting to read In Silver as a work-in-progress, following it through three drafts, and yet reading the final published story was still an utter delight. I fear that I shall never find the words to do it justice, but I will certainly submit to my muse and do my best.





For those of you new to the Domains, it is an exclusive South American resort where the richest and most powerful women of the world can indulge in the Utopia of a truly female-led society. In Pink introduced us to the Domain of frilly femininity and submissive sissies, a place where chastised (and sometimes castrated) men serve as latex-clad maids and pleasure slaves. In Crimson took us to a darker realm, a fetish Domain for hardcore BDSM enthusiasts where women can inflict both punishment, without limit or restraint, often taking revenge upon captives who wronged them in vanilla life. In Roan then led us into the fantasy Domain of stallions, geldings, and fillies, men and women trained and modified for riding, pulling carriages, prancing for show, and even breeding.





In Silver takes us into the most exclusive of the Domains, a place where the elite can watch as former friends, lovers, spouses, and enemies are transformed into pets and property. It is here that all the intriguing possibilities of the technology driving the Domains is realized, maximizing the physical augmentations and mental controls that make for such perfect slaves.





Almost more important than the fetish indulgence - and only because it furthers the natural superiority of all women, not just those of the Domains - is the tying together of all the subplots and political manoeuvring behind the scenes. There is a US Presidential election looming, and the war between Barrington Rossi, hypocritical figure of toxic masculinity and Republican candidate, and Andrea Perez, Mistress and independent candidate for a third term as President, is being fought as much in the private halls of the Domains as the public realm of politics. Or, so each would have the other believe, because there are plays to betray and expose the other side, the opposite gender, in pursuit of something bigger.





This is a story that gets dark and surprisingly violent, with very real consequences for the battle of the sexes. There is a strong subplot involving hackers and terrorists that mirrors so much of contemporary politics, and it provides a personal catharsis within the larger tale. Everything reaches a climax In Silver, one that is intensely erotic and intensely satisfying. It is an exquisite cap to over 260,000 words of female supremacy and fetish extravagance, with the difference between victims and slaves more important than that between men and women because, in their case, there are choices there to be made.





Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀


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