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Genesis Deflowered by Matthew Stillman – review


My Review:

A tasteful reiteration of the Book, this story flows well and takes a good effort to fit in with the existing format of the novel. It’s a rock-roll iteration of the KJ version of the bible, with the subtext of the Book taken out and exposed (no pun intended) to the world’s awaiting eyes.

A good read, if a little hard to start on – but it does become easier, the longer you read.

 4.5/5
 
Synopsis:

Where many see the Bible as the pathway to Heaven, others say it should be covered in a brown paper bag because it is so, so filthy.

There are hundreds of sex acts implied in the first book of the bible and none initiated by a woman. How can that be? How has nobody ever described how each of them would have played out in biblical language? If the writers and translators of the Bible had been a little less prudish we might have an entirely different relationship between sex and religion than we have now. In Genesis there is sex before marriage, threesomes, incest, group sex, kinky fetish cuckolding, gay sex and more.

Isn’t it time that you read the Bible for the dirty parts? Using the seminal King James Bible in its Elizabethan English as spring board,”Genesis Deflowered” makes the beginning of the Bible come out as a sexy, readable and fun erotic novel.

“Genesis Deflowered “: equal parts holy scripture and blaspheming scandal

 
 
 
 
 
Matthew Stillman, born & bred New Yorker, ran program development at Food Network for many years. 
 
He conceived of & produced the film “The End of Poverty?” that premiered at the Cannes Film Festival & went to 40 film festivals. He spoke at the UN four times about the film. 
 
A lifetime with literature, inner spiritual work from different traditions, creativity & play, he has written “Genesis Deflowered” in a genre that he may have just made up – Biblical Erotica written in Elizabethan English 

Website: stillmansays.com

Twitter: @stillmansays

 

 

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September 18, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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