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Daddy: An Erotic Memoir (Anglais) Broché – juillet 1999


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Tough to review .. but let's not kid ourselves .. puleeezzze 13 mars 2001
Par Rudolf Spoerer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Anyone that bought this book thinking it's a clinical review of the ramifications of incest will surely be surprised to say the least. The title of 'Daddy' has to tittilate from point one.
This is 'an erotic memoir' written under a pseudonym .. DUUUUHHH ... Aficionados of erotic literature, especially the Victorain classics, would not even bat an eyebrow in reading this book since incest in Victorian times was not only practiced but actually quite common.
The author in this book tells us a story about reuniting with his two estranged daughters, now 21 and 24 after a 20 year separation. He is portrayed as a struggling writer in LA when his daughters, still living with the authors ex in northern California, send him a letter hoping to find him to set up a meeting.
Both girls in their own way seduce daddy and encourage a very sexual and of course incestous relationship. The story is written in a very gentle manner and I as the reader get the distinct impression that it may have been written by a woman. Since the apppreciation of eroticism is in the mind of the beholder this book certainly will appeal to women who may have had a crush on their fathers or on their father figure. Obviously, the three main characters know what they are doing and if there are any self recriminating thoughts of the consequences of their actions they are only described to add realism to the story.
The spice of eroticism must be the fusion of a good story and the reader getting to enjoy the taste of forbidden fruit. In this book the story is paramount and the sex and eroticism is definitely soft core and rates a five star recommendation in my book..... Enjoy
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not what i expected... 3 juin 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Wow, I read this book and its' not what I expected. Yes I knew what it was about. But it's the explicit detail that the author gives everytime he is with one of his daughters. I personally DO NOT think he needs to be THAT specific to tell the story, and tell it well. It doesn't matter wheather incest is common, or misunderstood, whatever. I still think it's way to detailed. But, if you like that kinda thing, and like reading about incest, then buy the book. But I think anyone reading it is going to be shocked at first by the detail.
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Puritans need not apply 23 mars 2000
Par Bianca Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have read the book, and it may help to mention that the "girls" are in their 20s, and did not grow up in the presence of this "deplorable man." It is an absolutely beautiful story, well written, thought out, and told. It is not a cattle call for all pedophiles... nothing like that at all. This story is _not_ about children - but adults.
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weak writing expressing a courageous point of view 20 janvier 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
'Daddy' addresses the often difficult topic of incest. I've always seen there as being two types of incest.
The first type involves an adult taking advantage of a child below, often far below, the age of consent and
causing the child great pain and often emotional scarring for life because of the profound abuse of power.
This type of incest quite properly horrifies most people, and the more abusive the situation, the more
horrible it is. The second type of incest involves consenting sexual relations between closely related
adults. This type seems to me to be far more morally ambiguous, although it still seems to evoke feelings
of shock and revulsion among many people--but these feelings seem less rational to me than in cases of
sexual abuse of a child, and are perhaps based upon people's fears of confronting their own sexual attraction
to family members. Feelings of sexual attraction to family members are no doubt quite widespread--I am
told by a woman who works as a prostitute in a legalized Australian brothel that it is fairly common for
male family members to come in and pay for sexual intercourse with their mothers, sisters, or daughters--
though it isn't necessarily talked about a lot.
So this book had an interesting, and controversial, topic to work with and had the courage to take a
difficult point of view. It tells the story, from the father's point of view, of a father who is reunited
with his two adult daughters after being separated from them early in their lives. The father quickly
develops a mutually consentual sexual relationship with both daughters. The book doesn't particularly
moralize but rather presents this as being a perfectly normal activity--which, as noted earlier, it may
well be. It was courageous to publish a book like this which had the potential to, and did, generate a
lot of controversy because it took a default position against prevailing public opinion where a lot of
people have very strong--if not always well thought out--emotions.
The difficulty is that, for all its potential, the book itself simply isn't all that good. The
author/father spends a good deal of time describing all the physical specifics of his relations with
his daughters in more detail than I really needed or wanted to know. As sex, it just isn't all that
interesting--it is physically no different from any other sexual relationship between a man and a
woman and didn't particularly interest me to hear it described in detail. We don't learn that much about
the topic of incest--how did the fact that these were incestual relationships affect the participants
involved? What is the author's feeling about the incest taboo in society in general, and how does he
feel it can be overcome--or should it be overcome? How open should people about incest, trading off
the need to be true to oneself with the fact that it is almost universally taboo and more often than not
illegal? These are not questions the author needs to come to a final answer about, but they are
really not addressed at all--instead we get details about sexual relationships that are too graphic,
at least for me, to be really considered erotic.
I cautiously recommend this book because of the important point of view it presents, but I'm hoping
that in the near future we will see similar books that are much better written.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Daddy;an erotic memoir 9 août 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Daddy" is a fascinating and well crafted book. The Daughters are not children, they are adults. Incest is a scenario that is outside of most peoples thoughts, but all three people in this book are consenting adults and there is no under-age history of sexual contact between them. The book made he ponder morals & ethics; right & wrong; not to mention social lables and knee-jerk hysteria. I give it a A+ and highly recommend it.
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