Summer Shorts

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Short stories, including a man who toys with his sitter, a guy looking for for a little adventure on a rainy night; and a girl who uses a camera to get even with her former boyfriend. An adult work, Summer Shorts features stories from the Carnal series. UPDATE: This book has three new stories for your entertainment. New work includes, Her Last Trick, Choking of a Beautiful Girl by the Bastard ... More
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About Huck Pilgrim

Huck Pilgrim has lived on the streets of New York City, in a communal home for Christians, and on an American submarine out of San Diego. He has washed dishes, made costumed helium balloon deliveries, and robbed designer jeans from department stores. This pilgrim has a done a bit of everything. Now he spends most of his free time reading, writing, and publishing erotic stories.

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Review by: Francis Haley on May 08, 2015 :
Well written and sometimes dark, these stories feature characters from other Huck Pilgrim stories. The title of the anthology (and presumably that of the other volumes as well) belies its content: these short stories do not evoke the light feeling of a pair of summer shorts.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jay Whett on May 07, 2012 :
These are more mood pieces than actual stories, so beware if you're looking for plot or resolution.

All three have a wonderfully thick, smoky, noir-ish atmosphere and less than savory characters with dark motivations and desires.

The writing is languid and well paced, although a little rough in spots, with much more implied than actually said. Once an ending is in sight, they all simply fade to black without needing to spell everything out.

These are not your typical 'fuck stories', with smiling and happy people screwing each others brains out, so adjust your expectations. They're more like shots of espresso - dark, hot and bitter. And a small dose is just the right amount.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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