Queer Horror

Dark Brotherhood

book      fiction

  • Dark Brotherhood
  • Author: Jonathon D'Etange
  • Publisher: Blueboy Library
  • Year: 1977
  • Country: US
  • 184 pages

water sports, child rape, whipping, blood sports

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When writer Ted Aldrich moves back to a small town after the mysterious death of his father, he is thrilled to discover another author living nearby. As the two strike up a friendship, Ted is visited by a strange man who asks him to print a book that his father had promised to print.

As the relationship between the two writers grows, Ted finds his behavior changing. He awakens naked and covered with cum each morning, and can't remember what happened the night before.

But all too soon, he'll find out what's happening to him, as well as the sinister purpose of the book he is printing, as he is initiated into the Dark Brotherhood

Qvamp says:

This pulp novel tells a very strange story of a man who is given a translated Satanic book to print. Each time he reads it he falls more under evil influences -- the same ones that killed his father.

In today's day and age, the story is pretty dated. Its odd to see someone who is supposedly pro-gay equate gay sex with practices like raping children or flaying their partner, but it is the horror genre. And for the time it was written, it was refreshing to see that the characters in it were in their 40s, instead of their teens or early 20s.

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