Flipping the Kinky Coin of he and She

April 17, 2015 by Scarlett Jensenon on Amazon | 4 out of 5 stars

Kit or K, made his life secretive through a fantasy world he created in his mind and was afraid if he turned it inside out or upside down, making the fantasies real, his world would evaporate.

K embodied the word generation power of this highly talented author who masterfully described K ‘ s daydreams, fantasies, thoughts and fears. The reader is the audience of this image rich work of literary art as shown in the head of K. The words play out on paper in descriptions and dialogue fit for a psychological and philosophical handbook, animated by a soul afraid of nothingness.

K earns his living through writing, a translator in this novel. The author too has training and decades of writing experience as his protagonist K. Clarke, the author of this novel, is a master thinker and creates K, his sexual alter ego.

The subject we enjoy in this story is chiefly that of a dominatrix world which leads K to an obsessive dependence on his Egyptian Princess, a beautiful woman in her late 20 ‘ s. With each kinky session, the K coin is flipped and we find heads, She wins control and he, the tail, is spread into submission until dominance turns into love and fear for rejection. He is around 50 years old and needs through an assortment of thoughts and fantasies to relive her animation and burning fuel.

As readers we examine our own relationships in the elegant words of the masterful and polite author:

Do we, as men, have elements attractive to her or does she take us for a ride?

Does a person’s body die when his sexuality dies ?

Can we reinvent ourselves in our sexual world?

Can we transform ourselves against time, such that two lives (he and She) do not lose each other because of an age difference?

Can we synchronize body and mind to experience harmony and peace?

When we relinquish control and ride a wave of domination and spanking fantasies, do we meet a new hill with new horizons?

Can we take the irrecoverable leap when we feel as the Egyptian Princess is saying: “Do not come too close to see, feel, too much of me” ?

K wanted reincarnation of his sexual self and the author allows us to explore all his feelings: frustration, images of his body and soul being plundered by women; unattainable desires; murky life with alcohol; and so much more.

The author allows us to meander the mind of K while he juggles words. This word machine enables us to describe “it” that evades us, better than what we, the readers ever could describe.

Images like : “The cavernous fear of closeness” and “She gave birth to a new world inside him” and ” he can no longer stop being in love”, make this book special. I loved to read it.

Scarlett Jensen

17 April 2015

Wayne is a Montreal based writer.

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