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Sex Fiends (eBook)

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Sex Fiends
Sex Fiends eBook Cover, written by Linc Jericho
Sex Fiends eBook Cover,
written by Linc Jericho
Author(s) Linc Jericho
Series The Writ of the Succubus
Publisher Spinecracker
Publication date May 20, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 19 Pages
Followed by Sex Fiends Book Two

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

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

Sex Fiends is an eBook written by Linc Jericho. It is the first work in the Writ of the Succubus series by this author. In this work the character Maddic can be described as an Incubus and the character Victoria T. Jonckers can be described as a Succubus.


  • Title: Sex Fiends
  • Author: Linc Jericho
  • Published By: Spinecracker
  • Length: 19 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: May 20, 2016

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Plot Summary

Episode 1: Maddic Roche, Dr. Victoria T. Jonckers, and The Hensing Study on Charisma, Attraction, and Sexuality. In which Maddic encounters the lux and reveals what happened to him while stationed in Vietnam in 1962.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on May 22, 2016

A story of an interview, an attraction, a need and a mystery. Not everyone and everything is as they seem to be and the world sometimes hinges upon things said but not understood.

The work mainly is told as an interview between the two main characters and how truth is drawn from each of them. It’s really well done, there’s a strong psychological aspect to the work, and in being so it feels very real and very focused upon the seeking of truth from both characters. The story unfolds in a way that has quite a lot of underlying sexual tension between them, but doesn’t really delve into what exactly is happening.

There’s quite a lot of innuendo, the narrative seems to be as if this moment was being seen from the future and remembered in a way. As such, there’s a lot of knowledge hinted about, but not explained of expanded on. So as things happen, and references are made, there just seems to be something missing or something to be revealed in a later part of the series.

There is no erotica really in this work, save for some passing thoughts from the main characters. There seems to be hints that one might be a succubus and the other be an incubus, but this is never explored. Certainly the powers that they have suggest some mind control aspects, some means to enthral others to their will, and there is a bare hint of some sort of otherworldly aspect to the story.

It is a conversation, one that goes in many directions, seemingly without focus, but finally as the conclusion appears there is a point to everything it seems which puts the most remarkable spin on not just the characters, but the world in which they live. But even with the revelation, the work has a difficult time finding its footing and moving on with the story. While this is the way the characters are written, and it is their own foibles, the work needed some emotion and context to bring out the characters more than they were.

That’s not to say this wasn’t interesting, for it was. As the opening to the series it does leave a lot of questions to be answered and seeing what this all means will take some time I expect. As for the question of this being about succubi or incubi… at least from this first work that question is still a mystery.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

A somewhat confusing beginning, characters that are mysteries upon themselves. There is something here that I would like to find the answers for, but to say this series tells of a succubus, or incubus is in the eyes of the reader. I’m not sure and I’ll reserve that thought for what comes next I think.

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