Roy Lisman: The Jackal ueen

BOOK EBOOK The Jackal ueen by Roy Lisman –

Anges rom sweetly prosaic to well explicitly erotic Please You were warned in the subtitle However there is a difference between eroticism or even explicit eroticism and or lack of a word smut Kadath knows how not to cross over that line Even in the most graphic of the illustrations there is a certain sense of playfulness and joy that allows an indulgence of the senses without a descent into mere pornography This balance in both the written and visual art of the book is what makes this worthy of being kept openly on one s bookshelf rather than hidden in the sock drawer as it wereIt is indeed a good read To uote Stan Lee nuff said. Hout changing history But the locals think they are deities which has caught the attention of the temptress pharaoh the Jackal ue.


Ll the acts are woven uite nicely into a story of eual parts time travel adventure and bedroom The History of Dark Corner Campbell County, Ga farce that satisfy uite nicely on several levels Lisman s Afterword notes that he began the tale as a series and it s good to see that he maintains continuitylow and a nice sense of Q-Squared familiarity throughout as though this is one of thoseamous tales told over brandy and cigars at some exclusive club with the details becoming perhaps enhanced over time but never any less interesting and always worth a smile and another snifterKadath is an artist of some repute in the world of anthorpomorphic or 천년구미호 [Cheonnyeon Kumiho] furry art and his work here and elsewhere Rew worse when Raziel magically transported them back in time to ancient EgyptNow they have toind a way back home hopefully wit.

I should preface this review by saying that both artist and author are known to me personally however I ll back up the Coots five star rating with the solid evidence that both are in their usualine ormThe subtitle of the work is An Erotic Historical Tale What makes it rise above other erotic works no puns intended is that both the eroticism and the history are shall we say well rendered and eually appealing If the only thing that interests you is the eroticism you re likely to be a bit disappointed our good Mr Lisman knows his history and mythology well and we get a perfectly healthy and appropriate dose of it in this work Better sti. Out of Time On the RunIsaac was none too pleased when his vacation was cut short by a call rom his riend Raziel His mood only