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Desire and Fear (In the Garden of Something called God) #2020

Desire and Fear In the Garden of Something called God Desire and Fear In the Garden of Something called God By Gary Jonathan JanisIn the future an exotic soign e and private nightclub catering to the privileged The Black Orchid somewhere in the city

  • Title: Desire and Fear (In the Garden of Something called God)
  • Author: Gary Jonathan Janis
  • ISBN: 9781502314338
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • Desire and Fear (In the Garden of Something called God) By Gary Jonathan Janis, Desire and Fear In the Garden of Something called God By Gary Jonathan JanisIn the future, an exotic, soign e, and private nightclub catering to the privileged, The Black Orchid, somewhere in the city, is the shadowed stage upon which the mystifying rituals of desire and fear play out for the lives of a group of interconnected people divulging and shaping their destiniesesire and Fear In the Garden of Something called God By Gary Jonathan JanisIn the future, an exotic, soign e, and private nightclub catering to the privileged, The Black Orchid, somewhere in the city, is the shadowed stage upon which the mystifying rituals of desire and fear play out for the lives of a group of interconnected people divulging and shaping their destinies.Alexandar, a wealthy man who is the epitome of male beauty and sexuality, is the host to a constellation of mysterious figures who are ensorcelled in a bizarre tango esque drama unknown to all of them The eccentric company arrives to this mise en sc ne from all corners of the world and discovers that they are strangely bound together by hate, evil, sex, lust, or love Among this assortment of spellbinding characters is Alexandar, the powerful, rakish co owner of The Black Orchid the witchlike Saha, also co owner of the nightclub with Alexandar, who possesses a disorienting sway over the peculiar entourage Joshua, menacing and brutal, holds court with the avaricious, the wicked, and the saintly the enigmatic veiled Ariadne, mystically beautiful, is a temptress who has beguiled the past, the present, and the approaching future And, divinely, Brontis, Ariadne s stepson, an incandescent stunningly beautiful young man, is the harbinger of the Secret s Secret In the guise of a search for truth, the guests on this stage of light and darkness are by turns victims and victimizers performing a ritual ceremony of desire and fear that mingles sex and lust with the innermost mysteries of the Garden of Something called God.If the subject of sex or deflowering language offends you, do not read this book But if you do, don t be afraid to look deep within yourself as you read Desire and Fear These words, that you shall encounter, are the blueprint of your soul, if you believe that you have one This is not a pretentious pronouncement Desire and Fear is an avenue upon which all souls do travel.

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    1. 2.5 of 5 stars Uneven Futuristic Story of Dis ease I m excited to have won this as a First Read so thanks, Gary I really wanted to like this, being the first reviewer and all, and my loving stories of glbtq life and romance But as I kept reading, this just didn t appeal to me.This started out well enough, with an interesting Peyton Place, over the top style that was roll your eyes amusing And the sexuality was nicely infused throughout depicting the whole straight and glbtq mix , with a few actu [...]

    2. Desire and Fear In the Garden of Something called God was a mixed bag of both some interesting elements, and at the same time too much of a mix.The plot had interwoven stories which sometimes matched up nicely, and other times didn t match quite as well as they should and tended to be distracting and interrupted the flow too much And while I got the references to the AIDS crisis, it was pretty obscure and overshadowed by the actions in the future that were supposedly an outgrowth of society s p [...]

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