Reviewed by Dee
SERIES: A Walk on the Wild Side (2016 Daily Dose)
AUTHOR: Mark Wildyr
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
LENGTH: 19 Pages
RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2016
When Gray Fox sets out by canoe to visit Elk Horn, his childhood friend and secret crush, mysterious forces strand him on a terrifying hunk of ebony rock known as Black Island. During the dark, cold night, a strangely androgynous being seduces the young virgin. In the midst of his passion, the creature shifts into a comely youth, shocking the naïve young man. He can hardly wait to tell Elk Horn about the experience. But does he dare?
This story was different to anything else I’ve ever read before, and I’ve read a lot a books across many genres. As per the blurb Gray Fox heads out in in his canoe to visit his childhood friend Elk. Along the way he ends up on a mysterious Island. A person appears out of the mist, at first she appears as a woman, complete with pert breasts glistening in the firelight. Then a strange thing happens and she takes on the form of a man. A young man happy to be taken from behind. I’d never heard of balls/scrotum being referred to as ‘stones’ so I learned a new term. “Fox redoubled his efforts. His stones slapped the firm flesh.”
Fox awakes unsure if he’d been dreaming, but quickly realizes it was no dream. He recalls the encounter to his friend, they return to the Island, and a number of revelations are made. But to say what they are would also give away the ending. If you want to know more, you’ll have to grab a copy.
The story is a fun read, albeit rather different. Kudo’s to the author for writing something so unique.