Review: Chester 5000 XYV: Isabelle & George

Chester 5000 XYV: Isabelle & George (Chester 5000 XYV, #2)Chester 5000 XYV: Isabelle & George by Jess Fink
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I thought the first book was a great example of how erotic fiction could also be a work of art. Jess Fink did so much with so little. Despite a lack of dialog, a great story was told and titillation was had.

This one builds on the last and goes in a slightly different direction. The first book is an artful story of love. This book attempts to do more and so while it loses the beauty in simplicity of the first book, it gains in demonstrating how a complex story can be told without words. (and also be erotic)

The story is mostly a prequel, but the ending does take place after the first book. It does fill in a bit more about why the original protagonist was so tired.

If you liked the first one, you’ll like thit one.

disclaimer: I was a Kickstarter backer on this book

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