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The Incubus Journal: Chapter 4 (eBook)

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The Incubus Journal: Chapter 4
The Incubus Journal: Chapter 4 eBook Cover, written by The Mad Hatter
The Incubus Journal: Chapter 4 eBook Cover,
written by The Mad Hatter
Author(s) The Mad Hatter
Series The Incubus Journal
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date June 21, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 8 Pages
ASIN B01HFF6AKQ
Preceded by The Incubus Journal:
Chapter 3
Followed by Incubus Journal Chapters 1-4: What Happens When You Become A Literal Sex Demon?

For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).


The Incubus Journal: Chapter 4, is an eBook written by The Mad Hatter. It is the fourth work in the Incubus Journal series by this author. In this work the character Chris Douglas is transformed into an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Incubus Journal: Chapter 4
  • Author: The Mad Hatter
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 8 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01HFF6AKQ
  • Publishing Date: June 21, 2016


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Doug now has a sizeable harem forming. His four former attackers now sexy females who are enslaved to making his life better. Turns out one of them had been wealthy and what had once been hers is now his. Doug now wants to push his powers just a little more into the should be impossible, wanting to try out somethings he read in his hentai days. Rose finally explains what the hell is going on with him, and even gets some action.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 21, 2016


Chris discovers that he is an incubus, that Rose is a succubus, and his life will never be the same again. Darkness calls within him now and what happens next will be by his hand or that of the darkness that is within him now.

Like the rest of the series, this work needs a serious editing. There’s no flow to the story, characters appear out of thin air, nothing is really explained. The focus is on the sex, which really isn’t so much erotica as it is a smattering of short moments tied together with vague commentary. The writing is very uneven, needs polish, and if that happened it would make this a far better read.

The appearance of Rose, the main succubus character, is, much like all of the other characters in the series, is told by glossing things over, offering a hint of her character and then tossing her aside for the sake of moving onto the next sex scene and transformation. There’s really nothing told about Rose, there’s nothing explained about her and even the singular point that matters the most to the main character isn’t explored.

Another issue is that the main character’s name changes as the story progresses. This is a huge problem and reflects the lack of editing on the author’s part. Telling a story is one thing, telling it well is something completely different. This work, like all of the rest of the series just doesn’t make the best of what is an interesting plot hook.

One and a half out of five pitchforks.

I’d like the series to continue, to get past the novelty of what Chris is now and move onto what that means. There’s something more going on, really that’s what I find interesting. Being able to transform others and use their lust is one thing. Explaining why is where the story is. I want to see that.

Erotica alone is not a story. Transformation alone is not a story. Calling someone a succubus, or incubus, is not a story. Connecting the dots is. If the author can do that, and do it well, then I think there’s something good here. But as it is now I just can’t find it.


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