Aug 292011
 

Bukkake Brawl is a violent sexpunk book written by Made in DNA. Filthy, perverse, cruel, and fast as lightning, this book chronicles the adventures of Mei, a sort of sexual gladiator who fights horny perverts with her body was the prize. In short, if she loses, she gets fucked. If she is lucky, she will be unconscious during it.

In an already awful futuristic dystopia, things take a turn for the worse when Mei’s sister is raped to death by a midget with an enhanced elephant cock. Mei’s only care in the world is revenge although it would also be nice if she can avoid the Hugo Chavez clones that are trying to kill her, as well as countless other enemies that want to rape and kill her just because she is there.

The paradoxical thing about all of this is that this is a really fun book. It takes place on a floating city where sex and violence has been pimped for every nickel and dime but at it’s heart it is an action book. Sex is discussed in every other line but there really isn’t any sex scenes in an erotic sense. It is a book of violence. People get hurt and maimed with a frequency that puts most horror books to shame. The extremes of the world turn it into a satire. Instead of a serious soul crushing book where you despair for Mei’s slavery, it becomes a surreal hostile environment that Mei kicks, punches and cripples her way through.

It is stunning how many ideas are in this book. Many writers, myself included, would have been satisfied invented the Bukkake Brawl rules and leave it at that. This author went to town on so many different perversions that I couldn’t track. It is escapism fiction with a ton of creativity and sexual exploitation taken to the extreme like only science fiction can go.

I should take a moment and discuss one of the oddest qualities of this book. It is written in tweets. I’ll show you.

The crowd roared—the spittle from their frothing muzzles creating a fine mist that mixed with the blood from the cut above Mei’s left eye.

The cut burned with a maddening man-made piss-crackle fire. Was the jackhole in front of her hopped up on Accelerated NanoHerpes!?

She body-slammed him and placed his nuts in a crusher hold that took him out of the match. Better safe than sorry.

ANH wasn’t illegal, but it puckered her sphincter nonetheless. Bukkake Brawl rules: no traditional weapons. Otherwise, have at.

I’ll be honest, I kind of hated it at first. I found it weird to stop-go, stop-go like that. About ten pages in, I didn’t notice it anymore. In time, I started to really appreciate it. It gives you bite sized information to digest, which when it comes to science fiction and fantasy, you need those pauses to help digest the new information. It also weirdly fits the world. These characters live and die in seconds and rarely plan for the long term. By forcing the reader to consume information in this manner, I felt like the author was reformatting the reader. That is not a bad thing.

Bukkake Brawl comes with three short stories. Of these, Media Whores is fascinating and meaty while the other two are lovely short flights of fancy.

You can purchase Bukkake Brawl as an ebook from amazon

I give it Five out of Five Pam Griers

  4 Responses to “Dirty Books: Bukkake Brawl”

  1. Heh, I just encountered Made in DNA over on Diaspora. And found out they had a call for submissions on Sexpunk. I think I’ll join it.

    I believe the Bukkake Brawl was originally written for Twitter, so everything is short and to the point. Media Whores I believe had an introduction that says that.

    Otherwise, I’ll have to pick that up. If I can find a non-Kindle version.

  2. t’Sade – It is weird, I could swear that when I bought Bukkake Brawl that I had several venues to choose from but now all I can find is the Amazon link. I’m sure if you emailed him, he would direct you to the other stores if I didn’t imagine them :)

  3. I really should get a Kindle reader at some point. It would make it that much easier to produce ebooks for the platform if I could actually test them. :)

  4. I picked up the Kindle application for pc from the Amazon website. I have no idea if it works like an actual kindle, but at least I can read ebooks on it.

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