Porcelli Book Review: PERMANENT OBSCURITY By Richard Perez
A stainless steel chastity belt is practically certainly the ultimate male chastity belt you can buy...
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Porcelli Book Review: PERMANENT OBSCURITY By Richard
A stainless steel chastity belt is practically certainly the ultimate male chastity belt you can buy, as
well as for several reasons. ConsNot recommended for minors. Not for that bdsm art work
I cannot over-stress how this takes things out of the physical realm and puts them solidly into the
psychological realm. . And it seems that the author, Richard Perez, knows this world intimately. So
the true aim of these belts is being secure enough that you simply can't take your penis out or get
access into it without doing damage to your belt therefore smashing the "rules" of the male chastity
belt game you're playing with your partner.
It's not as somber as it sounds in fact, among the impressive things about this novel is how a author
manages to inject humor each and every dark turn. (The subtitle of this novel gives some clue of the
direction the storyline is headed-minus the irony. Drugs play a component -- a huge part -- both in
this story and in this culture: this subterranean socio-class of disgruntled and angry artists (or
would-be artists). (The subtitle of this novel gives some clue of the direction the story is headed-
minus the irony. I purchased this book through Amazon.
Hatred for everything American was at an in history high so we were paranoid (paranoia accurately
reflected in mainstream movies like HOSTEL). In this climate of fear and self-loathing and
isolationism, PERMANENT OBSCURITY tells the seedy yarn of Dolores and Serena, two East Village
archetypes, who puff and snort their approach to infamy after committing an act of Abu Ghraib-style
one-upsmanship having a perverted twist. Drugs play an element -- a huge part -- both within this
story and on this culture: this subterranean socio-class of disgruntled and angry artists (or would-be
artists). At least on this case, and mostly likely in most cases like this. First, it's worth realising
there's no such animal as a completely secure belt.
The novel contains a staggering amount of profanity, there are times once the sexual nature of the
fabric is a little tough to take. Isolating the main narrative thread in PERMANENT OBSCURITY, it's
mostly a comedy of excess or even a "cautionary tale" farce. This is not really a mainstream book
due to its subject matter and language.
For the surprising, twisted ending alone, PERMANENT OBSCURITY will probably be worth seeking
out. . . . In ClosingThis novel deserves to find an audience.