From Kyell Gold editor of X Join this crew of authors on their exploration of the Ten Commandments in everyday life. Well–everyday adult furry life. Discover what happens to naughty furries who make unto themselves an idol, who covet their neighbor’s property, who lie, steal, and kill. And, worst of all, who do not remember the Sabbath and keep it holy.
In this short story anthology, editor Kyell Gold challenged nine other adult Furry writers to choose one of the Ten Commandments and have their way with it…so to speak. Kyell himself took whatever was left over and the result is ten finely crafted stories which are definitely not your grandmother’s Ten Commandments.
Includes stories by Alex Vance, Renee Carter Hall, Whyte Yote, Kyell Gold, pyrostinger, Fuzzwolf, Jonas, Not Tube, K. M. Hirosaki, and B. C. Currier.
While the subject matter is clearly not something you will find in Sunday School, it was ultimately surprising how many of the stories ended up re-affirming the intent of the original Commandment in the end. So, you still get your moral fiber — you just get there by a different…sometimes stickier…road is all.
With solid writing and outstanding illustrations, this is an outstanding anthology.
I couldn’t agree more with the above statement, taken from Rabbit Valley’s website: http://www.rabbitvalley.com. The ten stories inside are wonderfully written, and it is quite clear why Kyell Gold decided to enlist these specific authors for this blasphemously great anthology.
I picked up this title hoping to find smut, and smut I found. However, I found so much more. The wonderful writers managed to pull me into their worlds with every single story. I got to know many interesting and wonderful characters, whom I’d grown to love in the mere space of a few pages. It’s almost impossible to believe that so much greatness was captured in just one book.
It’s really hard for me to pick a favourite out of these stories, so I won’t. All stories in this anthology are great in their own way and they teach valuable lessons about life. Perhaps you’ll even recognize yourself in a story or two?
It was a lot of fun reading this book in the train, even though I had to slyly cover the wonderful art that goes with each story. I wouldn’t want to upset any old ladies after all!
I’d love to recommend this anthology to all lovers of erotic stories. You’ll probably discover one or more authors or artists you had no knowledge of before.
My hope is that Kyell Gold will take it upon himself to create another wonderful anthology with a different theme!