Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 3.17/5 based on 6 reviews
When Dharsha, a young neko is captured he learns just how cruel humanity can be. Sold as a slave, he becomes less than human, an object for them to sate their frustrations and lust. Only when a passing trapper frees him of their cruel ownership, does he discover that not all humans are evil and that love and clan can be found in a distant land.
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
  • Erotica themes: Rape for titillation, Non-consensual sexual slavery
  • Words: 68,540
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466143098

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Reviews of Neko by PL Nunn

K. Rin V reviewed on July 24, 2020

The book is listed as "taboo erotica" for a reason. If this level of hardcore (hurt no comfort) is beyond you, don't read it and then rate PL Nunn's books badly for something you weren't prepared for. Try one of their fluffier books like Dynasty of Ghosts, etc instead.
(reviewed 4 years after purchase)
Pippie reviewed on June 25, 2020

I used to not read the books that warn you of horrible situations within them, and then one day I was feeling brave and decided to read one anyway. That book turned out to be fine, the torture wasn't too bad, and I got through it. So feeling smug about it, and with a very unwarranted sense that I could now manage to read stories that show horror inflicted upon poor lovely creatures, I waltz into this story with a smile and a strong belief I will get through it. I truly believed it would be fine. No, that did not happen, and I can't keep from crying and I'm only at chapter 6 and I have never wished death upon any people, ever. Until I met with these characters, and they aren't even real, and I have fantasised so many painful deaths for everyone of those people, starting with the woman who set it all in place. I need to see Neko rescued, so I need to keep plowing through this. But, my heart is ripped apart and bleeding. Poor, lovey Neko. Believe the warnings of this book! The book itself is beautifully written, the author has a wonderful way with words.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Isabella Millauer reviewed on Feb. 8, 2012

OK, the story is about violence, abuse, humiliation and endurance in the beginning but it gets better and I really liked it. Purchasing another book from this author, I was aware of what I could get and she never disappoints, so no complaints about the story. Bloodraven and Dynasty of Ghosts are gradually softer, loved them too.

What really disappoints me is the quality of the Kindle version of this book, a totally messed up formatting with almost no structure to the text makes it really hard to read.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Tercia Iyer reviewed on Jan. 29, 2012

While the story was well written it contained hardcore bdsm that was taken too far, definitely not for the faint hearted. It didn't really have a satisfactory ending for me. I felt that Dharsha suffered so much three quarters, I would have liked to have seen more happy time for him. Also the story ended with the two main characters heading off into the unknown with even less certainty of a welcome reception.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
JR Tomlin reviewed on Aug. 13, 2011

I am giving this three stars because the writing, as usual for this author, is good and the last half of the novel is good. The first half lasted far, far too long and at least half of that should have gone into building the relationship and telling more of what happened in the second half.

We got the idea of the torture and degradation without it being driven into the ground by being repeated over and over and without the bestiality thrown in for ' measure'.

If you haven't read Bloodraven or Dynasty of Ghosts by this same author, seriously, read them instead. They both have strong elements of violence and torture, but much better balanced with the characterization and storytelling.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Penelope Frost reviewed on Aug. 9, 2011

Warning: This review contains spoilers.
It was very violent in the first half of the story. Certainly not for the faint of heart. The poor neko is excruciating tortured by a group of heartless men that think with their dicks. Seriously, they revel in the neko's pain and humiliation. They even let their dog hump the neko and they make their own "toys" to play and to punish the neko.
I would have stopped reading it, but i desperately wanted to get to the part where the trapper comes and frees the neko. Then the story gets a whole lot better. I really enjoyed the last half and the fact that Dharsha gets some payback on humanity really thrilled me. I cheered him on when he stalked and killed the humans for I really felt they deserved it.
After reading this I got around to Bloodraven and Dynasty of Ghost and they are far better than this one, I think. I would have liked the second half to be longer so the trapper and the neko's relationship could develop further.
But seriously if you are faint of heart and hate pain, torture, humiliation and the like (it's worse than the violent episodes in Bloodraven, I think!), then don't read this! I only finished it because I wanted so badly to know that the ending would be some kind of happy ending for Dharsha!
I wouldn't have given this story any stars because the beginning really disturbed me! The second half is much better though so I'll give this story 2 stars.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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