View Full Version : Find Me Some Trashy Fantasy Novels.
08-21-2001, 05:30 PM
I'm in the mood for a real piece of crap. But an entertaining piece of crap. Borderline porn in fantasy or sci-fi novel form. Preferably not 500 pages long. No tentacle rape or anything scary like that. Suggestions?
-Daowajan, who is conveniently forgetting that her 14-y.o. sister haunts the same board and will probably read this.
08-21-2001, 06:26 PM
Try the Sleeping Beauty Trilogy: THE CLAIMING OF SLEEPING BEAUTY; BEAUTY'S PUNISHMENT; BEAUTY'S RELEASE by
Anne Rice, writing as A. N. Roquelaure This is B&D erotica with a medieval flavor.
For sf/fantasy that is more story than smut, there is a short story by Anne McCaffrey in her "Get off the Unicorn" collection, called "The Thorns of Barevi". And her novel "Restoree" is good, but more of a romance than soft-core.
I used to have a really raunchy fantasy novel, but last time I tried to read it, it was so stupid I sold it.
08-21-2001, 06:39 PM
j d robb? futuristic cop, murder mayhem, wild sex scenes.
08-21-2001, 06:54 PM
Firefly, by Piers Anthony. Not a fantasy or SF novel (go figure), but it has lots and lots of sex. Found it quite titillating at the age of 13....
There's also some horrible piece of tripe about a robotic samurai that had decent (again, at the age of 14 or so) sex scenes. I'll try and dig up the title and author and stuff for ya....
08-21-2001, 08:26 PM
Where the Changewinds Blow, by Jack L Chalker. I havn't read it since my early teens.... Found it OK then with some smut, but now? who knows...
As an aside, that was the first book I ever read with a lesbian sex scene in it :) I was impressed to say the least..
08-21-2001, 08:33 PM
I second the nomination of the Beauty trilogy. On a trashier level, Sharon Green has some books that might interest you.
Some of the early Sandra Brown has a no-harm-no-foul kind of smuttiness that appeals to me.
08-21-2001, 09:20 PM
anything by Simon R. Green. little sex, but it is good fantasy mental junkfood. some of christopher rowley's work is good like that too. The Invisible Ring (anne bishop) is great for the sex scene part, though. it involves Mind-Control cockrings!
i don't read much Porn-on-Pages, so if you want reccomendations for that, i will have to get my sister on.
08-22-2001, 03:09 PM
I'd recommend any novel by Jack L. Chalker his books are usually erotic without being pornographic.
For something truly X-rated try Astra and Flondrix by Seamus Cullin
The Spaceways series by John Cleve is pretty good too. Although the earlier books are more pornographic than the later ones.
The Jalav Amazon Princess series by Sharon Green isn't too bad although their seriously pro-feminist.
I'd recommend reading only the first book in the Gor series by John Norman. It just repeats itself after that. Prepare yourself for some seriously anti-feminist claptrap.
08-22-2001, 04:13 PM
Ugh, I'll third the trash nomination of Sharon Green. It doesn't get much sleazier than The Blending.
Yep, that really is the title of this series.
08-22-2001, 04:22 PM
I have to throw in with the High Couch of Silestra and its sequels, by Janet Morris. More NC-17 than X-rated. Very trashy pulp SF/fantasy crossover, but still very entertaining -- I read them twice and may yet read them again. Unfortunately, it's all out of print. Check your used bookstores. But it sounds like this is exactly what you're looking for.
I'd recommend Spider Robinson just from his reputation but haven't had the pleasure of reading much from him except the Callahan's stories... I still recommend them, but there's not much sex. Some, but not much, and not really trashy.
Piers Anthony's early stuff had a lot of truly bizarre sexual content. Try the Cluster series if you want to know what it's like to have sex from the perspective of several different alien species... not really titillating as much as it is just plain weird. His Tarot trilogy, though, had quite a few scenes of explicit sexual content, though it's been nearly 20 years since I read them.
Frank Herbert could get freaky when he wanted. The Dosadi Experiment has a good sex scene in which the man and woman really "get into each other." In Hellstrom's Hive a woman screws a man to death, and there are some other, more disturbing moments. And in The Jesus Experiment and its sequels... well... some of it comes real close to "tentacle rape." But these are all very good, overlooked, underrated novels... perhaps because when Herbert's name comes up, everyone talks about Dune and its sequels.
And I can't believe no one has mentioned Heinlein. Especially I Will Fear No Evil, Time Enough for Love, Number of the Beast, and The Cat Who Walks Through Walls. Lazarus Long and his clan get randier and more uninhibited in each successive novel, and I believe the first character in SF history to travel back in time to sleep with his own mother. The first two are longish, and aren't as obsessed with group sex as the last two, which by the end are little more than hot tub orgies with some minor plot development in between. At least that's how I remember them...
08-22-2001, 04:34 PM
Oh yea -- also Streetlethal by Steven Barnes. More of a cyberpunk flavored SF than fantasy, but cheap superficial sex is an integral part of the plot... which is unusual enough to make it worth reading. I'm not sure if saying more will be an actual spoiler or not... so I won't.
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