Brothers in Atlantis, a gay novella

Join Brother Robert on his journey to the underworld where a whole different way of life awaits him with other brothers. And he does get to Atlantis with more pleasures to await him.


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Review by Tony Parsons:

Will Brother Williams (leader) accept Brother Robert?
Who are the Atlantisites & what do they stand for or believe in?
How many other Brothers are there?

Warning: This book is for adults only & contains extreme violence, adult content or expletive language &/or sexually explicit scenarios.
It may be offensive to some readers.

I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.

A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A fairly well written graphic gay erotica short story (book). It wasn’t always very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish, but never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of very unique/colorful characters to keep track of. There didn’t seem to be much of a story line, & not enough description of the Brothers to please me. I’m strictly heterosexual but it has nothing to do with GLBT?. I worked with that clientel for 10 yrs. That said I will rate it at 3/5 stars.

Review by Milando:

Decent story but fails at living up to the expectations – 3 stars
The story is quite decent, in fact a bit too decent to be called erotica. I have read a lot of erotica books and even though I am not gay, they have all managed to make me horny at some point of time or other. But not this one. I enjoyed it as a weird tale mixed with action, adventure and a little fantasy, but unfortunately, unlike Robert who “had a wonderful orgasm” I cannot say the same for myself. The language is too poetic and style too ornate to really fit into the erotica genre. That said, the story is otherwise enjoyable and in fact certain dialogs and expression would resonate quite well with men who have not been laid for years (like for example, 40-year old virgin man).

“How much seed had he given up this night?”

“I’m very tired. I think I have ejaculated five times at least and I hope my seed is finding a worthy recipient.”

Both these expressions would resonate with any virgin man who has masturbated for too long without any chance of getting real sex; to him his masturbation seems like a never-ending act of wasting precious life source. It also tells you how hard the life of a monastery priest is (although these days, hardly any priest remains celibate for long) if he follows the strict code of conduct as laid down in the rulebook. All throughout the story you can feel the desperation and excitement of Robert who has been denied the pleasures of a conjugal life for so long that all his pent-up feelings are suddenly crying for a release. It is a somewhat humorous and occasionally edifying book on sex life, but as far as erotica is concerned, it fails miserably, for me anyway. The ending was also somewhat predictable and anti-climactic.  …