KINDLE [Grown Men HardCell #1]

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  • Grown Men HardCell #1
  • Damon Suede
  • English
  • 11 September 2020
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Characters Grown Men HardCell #1 Free read è Grown Men HardCell #1 107 Review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Damon Suede Nting paranoia and the unsettling appeal of Ox’s genetically altered pheromones Ox plays the part of the gentle giant well but Runt’s still not convinced he hasn’t arrived with murder in mindBetween brutal desire and the seeds of a relationship Runt’s fears and Ox’s inhuman past collide on a fertile world where hope and love just might have room to grow After reading Hot Head I was excited to read of Damon Suede I read Seedy Business the free short that serves as a sort of preuel to Grown Men and I really enjoyed it even though most of it was gross on purpose I mean SPERM PIRATES The sense of humor and the language play were absolutely fantastic and the cyberpunk type world it took place in was fascinating Have you ever seen that section of Ice Pirates where the heroes get strapped to an assembly line and animated dentures attempt to chomp their nuts off Seedy Business reminds me of that scene I went into Grown Men forewarned for freaky sperm stuff but it turns out the story is calmer serious and doesn t lay on the surreal humor too thick I m really impressed at how everything I ve read from this author has been different in tone and style Grown Men follows the story of a colonist desperate to succeed at establishing his island farm on an alien planet Instead of the expected clone wife he gets sent a mute naked giant man who ends up becoming his friend and lover As with Hot Head the physicality not just for sex scenes but in any scene involving intimacy was incredibly concrete and vivid I loved that on a technical basis even when the sex itself wasn t really my thing the size difference between the two men was a huge ahem part of the sex and handled in a really interesting and sophisticated way My problems with the story were fairly minor and I m listing them because the story works on both a romance and science fiction basis so I held it to some high science fiction standards First a nitpick about the eels My mom got a live eel once cut its head off skinned it and marinated it in a bowl of soy sauce overnight It was still twitching in the morning An eel is an incredibly primitive animal and you can t kill it just by snapping its neck Second the overall portrayal of the dystopia run by horrible corporations Some of my favorite parts were subtle touches that show how this influences the characters worldviews like the interactive TV shows they watch But some things didn t fit together for me What s the role of women in this world They breed clone wives but not clone husbands Why don t Ox and Runt communicate by writing is it because they ve been raised in such a visual media intensive way that they re only semi literate I m awaiting the answers to these and other uestions in further HardCell books The world has a potential for some fascinating social commentary on our current world in the same vein as the science fiction classic by Pohl and Kornbluth The Space Merchants But with a lot spermOverall an awesome and uniue novella highly recommended if you love science fiction

Characters Grown Men HardCell #1

Grown Men HardCell #1

Characters Grown Men HardCell #1 Free read è Grown Men HardCell #1 107 Review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Damon Suede Ned to fear of violent “retirement”When an overdue crate of provisions crashes on his beach Runt searches frantically for a replacement wife among the tools and food Instead he gets Ox a mute hulk who seems like a corporate assassin than a simple offworld farmerShackwacky and near starving Runt has no choice but to work with his silent partner despite his mou Another book by Damon Oh hell yeah sign me up now

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Characters Grown Men HardCell #1 Free read è Grown Men HardCell #1 107 Review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Damon Suede Every future has dirty rootsMarooned in the galactic backwaters of the HardCell company colonist Runt struggles to eke out an existence on a newly terraformed tropical planetoid Since his clone wife died on entry he’s been doing the work of two on his failing protein farm Overworked and undersized Runt’s dwindling hope of earning corporate citizenship has tur Pioneer life in spaceRunt has been slotted to terraform a section of a planet located on the edges of everywhere He s been alone for awhile due to a landing issue and managed to keep it together He s a bit gruff and unrefined but likable enough Still life is rough and lonelyThat all changes with the next drop shipment Runt gets than he bargained for and now he s got a mystery Loved the way Runt and Ox were able to communicate the organic growth of their friendship and the honestly loved the world building All the details of their settlement and farming were great Runt and Ox well that s an interesting pair and let s just say that they managed to do just fine with the issues of scale A bit crude but sweet and gotta say the ending made me go Awww Took the rating from 35 to 4 Suede has a habit of giving you a twist of the tail and this one doesn t disappoint There s some scathing rhetoric about cross promotions and corporate overlords it s funny even though it is the ugly truth Nice mirroring of the present in the commentary one of my favorite aspects of science fiction Overall an unexpected crudely sweet romance in paradiseFavorite uote it was blah blah blah kitty at the start of the book but halfway through it was hysterical HardCell means business