This collection has everything from first experiences to sexy vampires; you'll also find blisteringly hot stories from gangbangs to first anal sex. Sex with strangers? Oh yeah, we got that. Sex in public? What an adventure! Threesome erotica; lesbian erotica; gangbang erotica; anal and double penetration erotica; domination and submission erotica; paranormal erotica, and more. Warning: This audiobook contains explicit descriptions of sexual activity.
"Great for Couples"
Ranging widely from Homer to David Foster Wallace, from What Maisie Knew to Make Way for Ducklings, Wood takes the reader through the basic elements of the art, step by step. He sums up two decades of insight with wit and concision, resulting in nothing less than a philosophy of the novel, which has won critical acclaim nationwide, from the San Francisco Chronicle to the New York Times Book Review.
Following The Broken Estate, The Irresponsible Self, and How Fiction Works - books that established James Wood as the leading critic of his generation - The Fun Stuff confirms Wood’s preeminence, not only as a discerning judge but also as an appreciator of the contemporary novel. In 23 passionate, sparkling dispatches - which range over such crucial writers as Thomas Hardy, Leo Tolstoy, Edmund Wilson, and Mikhail Lermontov - Wood offers a panoramic look at the modern novel.
In this collection of 13 erotica stories (yes "lucky" 13) we have; Vampires that lust for blood and sex, Passionate Ghosts that want to feel again, a curse that makes people into sex fiends, witches, demons and more -when you're looking for sex on the paranormal side of things, you'll get it here. Rough sex, gangbangs, romance-and all of it comes in the context of the paranormal. So, are you ready to download something sexy, sultry, romantic - and a little scary?
"Bad, bad, bad narration"
In this scorching collection, you'll find sex that pushes boundaries. If you ever fantasized about being taken by a man who wasn't afraid he was going to break you, you'll love this collection. With rough sex with strangers, first anal sex, gangbangs, and more; there's sure to be something you love.
Warning: The descriptions of sex in this audiobook are very explicit. It contains sex acts such as first anal sex, group sex (including gangbangs, threesomes, and more), first lesbian sex, lesbian seduction, and even paranormal sex that includes some danger and horror elements. Only mature adults who won't find these sexual situations offensive should listen to this collection.
"terrible. the worst"
This is a collection of remarkable personal accounts of a variety of American Civil War incidents, from both Union and Confederate perspectives. These vivid and absorbing reminiscences provide an inside view of many fascinating events of the time, shedding light on our shared past and illuminating the character and point of view of those who lived through an extraordinary time in our nation's history. Enjoy these excursions back through the mists of time, recounted by those who were there.
In this issue: "Transitions" by Amy Davidson; "Taking Trolls to Court" by Margaret Talbot; "Art Without Walls" by Calvin Tomkins; "The Teacher" by James Wood; and "Wives and Husbands" by Anthony Lane.
"A Thousand Days", by Mark Singer; "Riding High", by Susan Orlean; "The Guam Caper", by Roger Angell; "The Very Rich Hours", by James Wood; and "Fatal Consequences", by David Denby.
These 21 techniques for building wonderful habits will surely rebuild your image. Do not hesitate; you won't be disappointed. There is really no harm in trying, and the results could bring you to a new beginning. Habit transformation can truly be essential to attaining what you want, whether financially, spiritually, or whatever you want. You only need to choose your specific destination, and this guide will take you there in the shortest time possible.
"Vive la France", by Adam Gopnik; "Picks", by Reeves Wiedeman; "Machine Politics", by David Kushner; "A Ring of One’s Own", by Ariel Levy; "Invitation to a Beheading", by James Wood; and "Going the Distance", by David Denby.
In this issue: "Sonia from the Bronx", by Ian Frazier; "Dog's Dinner", by Lauren Collins; "Putin's Dragon", by Joshua Yaffa; "In Search of Forty Winks", by Patricia Marx; "Unsuitable Boys", by James Wood; and "The Waves", by Hilton Als.
"Crimes and Commissions", by Jelani Cobb; "The Vortex", by Robin Wright; "The Ride of Their Lives", by Burkhard Bilger; "Fly Away", by James Wood; and "The Outsiders", by David Denby.
"Conflicting Interests", by George Packer; "Comeback", by Lizzie Widdicombe; "The Beach Builders", by John Seabrook; "A Raised Hand", by Rachel Louise Snyder; "Sins of the Father", by James Wood; and "Grim Tidings", by Anthony Lane.
"Higher Calling", by Steve Coll; "The Interview", by Douglas Starr; "Our Broken Constitution", by Jeffrey Toobin; "Why?", by James Wood; and "It’s Cold Outside", by Anthony Lane.
"2 terrific articles"
"How Bad Is It?", by John Cassidy; "Leap of Faith", by Ryan Lizza; "Voicebox 360", by Tom Bissell; "Is That All There Is?", by James Wood; and "Maids of Honor", by David Denby.
There are six articles in the second part of this double issue: "Twilight of the Books", by Caleb Crain; "Visual Trophies", by John Updike; "Squall Lines", by James Wood; "Alma", by Junot Díaz; "The Arbus Factor", by Lore Segal; and "I Hit Hamlet", by Paul Rudnick.
In this series, Adam’s church gets a makeover, complete with plasma screens and a smoothie bar, Adam researches some poledancers and then succumbs to envy when he hears an old rival on ‘Thought for the Day’. Adam’s new ‘bromance’ with Leon comes to a crashing halt at an embarrassing vicarage dinner party. Adam also has a crisis of faith and then gets drunk at a Vicars and Tarts party.
"Occupational Hazards", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "History Lesson", by Ian Frazier; "Turnpike", by Alec Wilkinson; "Shelf Life", by James Wood; "The Natural", by John Lahr; "Her Way", by D. T. Max; and "Home Movies", by Anthony Lane.
"Puppetry", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Are You the Messiah?", by Lauren Collins; "The Fun Stuff", by James Wood; "Dead Certain", by George Packer; "Nutty", by Paul Rudnick; and "Command Performances", by Anthony Lane.