Penelope Pan (ebook)

Penelope Pan (ebook)

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K.b. Plum
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Sex, politics and terrorism collide in Penelope Pan, a darkly comic rip on Peter Pan (with deepest apologies to J.M. Barrie). Our story focuses on Zackary Lancelot Amadeus Bartholomew, a miserably married, perpetually blocked novelist, who is whisked up to Netherland where he confronts his longed-for Goddess of Inspiration, Penelope Pan. Mozart, the writer's half-blind Golden Retriever, is accidentally transported along with Zack. Penelope, who sees her job as luring to the surface the "little boy living inside the disillusioned man", hopes to help Zack restore his creativity. True, her methods are anything but PG-rated. But Zack and his faithful canine cannot fathom their surroundings, an enchanted landscape replete with blue willows, purple grass and mischievous fairies, including Penelope's gay sidekick, Ralph, a tiny guy who wears strappy Louboutin sandals and dispenses Plum Blossom Dust (PBD), a substance guaranteed to improve one's outlook and burn carbs. We are in Netherland, after all, a place both dark and magical, where rabbits ride bicycles on silver tightropes and a murderous pirate, Simon Hook, is legendary for stripping men of their testicles. Central to the story is Hook's Blood Sun Extravaganza, an Olympics of Erotica that features acts that include the Deflowering of the Vestal Virgins, The Bestiality Boys and Girls, and the Gay Porn Lilies. Zack, unaware of the more dangerous aspects of his new environment, falls hopelessly in love with Penelope, a golden-haired damsel who seduces him at a fancy dress ball. The two dance, feast and make love in a vast marble dome, where Ralph conducts the Fairy Band, couples mate in the balconies and wild animals mingle docilely with the guests.


Detalles del ebook
ISBN:
9781483553801
Editorial:
BookBaby
Formato:
EPub con DRM
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Literatura
Subgénero:
Historia de la Literatura
Prelectura del libro:
Penelope Pan (ebook)

Referencia:

1483553801 |

EAN:

9781483553801