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Fables of the Reconstruction
by Hunter S. Jones   

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Category: 

Horror

Publisher:  Lucky Publications
Pages: 

50

Copyright:  October 16, 2012

Pomba Gira Mysticism. Creole Voodoo. The zombie apocalypse. Are you prepared? Sex, drugs, magick. Paranormal erotica, but it's not what you're expecting...Mature content warning. Available October 2012.

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Fables of the Reconstruction

 Meet Pierre von Minzle and Mary Moore. They are not Adam and Eve, they are the Adam and Lilith of today’s zombie apocalypse. ‘Fables of the Reconstruction’ is a playful yet graphic sexual adventure consisting of what might have been, combined with what possibly might be happening now. It contains Pomba Gira mysticism, Creole voodoo and the seeds of the zombie apocalypse set in Victorian London’s notorious Whitechapel District. Prostitution, drugs and alcohol are involved, as is Jack the Ripper and rock and roll. Sex, magick , zombies. What could possibly go wrong? This ain’t your daddy’s shotgun zombie story. Mature content warning.


Excerpt

"Then turning to my love I said, the dead are dancing with the dead..." Oscar Wilde, 'The Harlots House'

The drinks were flowing, free food was being bought for everyone at the Cock and Bull, and Monsieur von Minzle was paying for it. Why, I had never known a man to be this free with his money. What other surprises did he have in mind? For one of the few times, I enjoyed a drink with him. He brought me something that was the color of the emerald Mr. Smith had bought me. It was steamy and thick, more like Mercury than a drink. Monsieur said it was all the fashion and called it the Green Fairy.




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