Babak Zandi Zandi itibaren Birgilda, Chelyabinskaya oblast', Rusya, 456414
F'd up, yet seemingly insightful. The event that this short story describes should disgust me—and you—to the point of destroying your e-reader device but Alex Severin managed to make this repulsive act something I could read without turning green. (I hope the author's ability to tell this story as she did was not the result of experience, but you never know—they'll let anyone write these days.) This story is in no way erotic. It is weird shitake. Yes, the narrator is having sex (well, the narrator is raping a male dead body after rigor mortis has set in—having sex is too generous a term) and the scene is described explicitly, but if you read it and find yourself turned on and ready to imitate, you should—maybe, just maybe—consider committing yourself to the nearest psychiatric ward. That said, I recommend you read this. If you make it to the end without hating the narrator but unwilling to befriend such a creep (harsher synonym might be more apt), congratulations, you are as twisted and open-minded as I am.
Good lord. Does anyone in their right mind not adore this book?
Fun. Phileas Fogg is my hero...but not as much as Passepartout .