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Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers

By: Ellen Datlow - editor,Terri Windling - editor
Narrated by: Kristin Kalbli
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Prepare to be seduced by powerful magic - the sorcery of lust, need, and sensuality.

Multiple award-winners Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling have gathered together 22 tales of unearthly temptations wickedly concocted by some of today's most potent literary conjurers - including Neil Gaiman, Jan Yolen, Michael Swanwick, and Joyce Carol Oates. Here are stories of incubi and succubi, of forbidden fruits harvested in erotic gardens, of pleasures that persist beyond death. So heed the sirens' song. Lie back, relax, and submit to the darkest delights you have ever experienced.

©1998 Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (P)2015 Audible Inc.
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  • Categories: Erotica

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Why is it so hard to divide anthologies?

Stories are generally good. Narrators are great.
Yet again with an anthology, no effort was made to provide a table of contents with story and author information. In at least one instance the story Heat is cut off at the last and the title of the next begins. This sort of sloppy laziness in production is a disservice to those who labored to create the book and purchasers seeking to enjoy it.

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