Book Review: Gift of the Futanari Goddess Pt 1 – There’s a Tranny Chaser Up in Here

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“I ain’t got no time for no lookyloo, boo.”

– RuPaul, Tranny Chaser

The Plot

Darlene is on a school field trip to a museum, which is meant to be teaching her about aboriginal art, but she wanders away from the group and happens upon a beautiful, albeit odd, statue of what can only be a goddess. The strange statue is a seductive representation of the female form, and in addition to her bountiful curves, the goddess was made to have a penis. Darlene is mesmerised by the futanari. Suddenly, the goddess speaks to her, or she’s having a grand mal seizure – I’m not sure which. So turned on by the statue and the huge cock in her face, she ends up giving a statue head. The statue ejaculates and Darlene drinks every drop. Though no less impressive as a marble Virgin Mary crying blood, I doubt the church will be investigating this statue. What Darlene doesn’t know is that the milky substance is magical and will change her in ways she could never have dreamed of.

Writing Style

Basic and forgettable. Ayres didn’t even try to add some flair. Moreover, the grammar and sentence structure made my head ache.

“The cock also had been well-carved, the thick mushroom-head and the veins running along the shaft made the whole thing look so life-like Darlene felt her mouth water.”

Pre-come leaked out of the corners of her mouth and down her chin though she tried desperately to swallow every single drop.”

How much pre-cum can one statue have?!

“Darlene felt a sudden urge to take her [own] cock in her mouth. Her saliva flowed at just the thought of slipping her own cock-head between her lips and sucking.”

The Review

The 17 page sanitary pad is idiotic. I’m not sure where to start but I’ll try anyway.

  1. The Lolita overtones are disturbing, I don’t care that the Amazon blurb has stated that all characters are 18+ and not related by blood.
  2. Calling your partner “Daddy” and fucking the only man who has ever raised you as a daughter are two very different things.
  3. For an 18 year old, Darlene has the mental capacity of an sex crazed rabbit.
  4. She wakes up with a penis and that penis is fully erect, and her first thoughts is, “I wonder if all those years of ballet and gymnastics have made me flexible to suck my own cock?”. Really?

I understand that people are all inherently different and that we all have different hopes, dreams, fantasies and fetishes. My issue here is not the fetish or fantasy of the story, but rather the lazy approach taken by the author in realising these fantasies and fetishes.

I can easily understand most fetishes, Futa fantasies included, but I do sometimes struggle with the daddy-daughter thing. I tend to be OK with the idea if the father figure is a new addition to an already maturing late teenager but when someone has raised a child as their own for most of that child’s life and then enters into a sexual relationship with them when they turn 18, my skin kinda crawls. I can more readily rationalise the fantasy from the daughter’s perspective because of misplaced adoration or hero-worship but I find it difficult to view this type of relationship from the father’s perspective as anything other than deviant. And I’m open to a lot of shit…

That said, I am not naive and I know that many of you out there are into this sort of thing. And if you are, this is not the story for you. The daddy-daughter fantasy barely featured, the futa was rudimentary at best, and the sex was tedious. In other words,  I saw some of the taboo but none of the erotica advertised.

My rating: 1½/5

Buy Gift of the Futanari Goddess Pt. 1 on Amazon.

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