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Nov 15, Yblees rated it liked it Shelves: m-m-general. I really like this, so will say up front that I can't give it a higher rating purely because it feels too much like a part of somthing longer, rather than a stand alone short story. Same as I felt for KA Merikan's Playing With Food Sam's stream of consciousness narration is immediately gripping, and had me laughing out loud multiple times. For such a short story, the background world building was beautifully, subtly detailed, without being too weighty - always a risk with the sci-fi genre.
Now, I really like this, so will say up front that I can't give it a higher rating purely because it feels too much like a part of somthing longer, rather than a stand alone short story. I love Elia. There should be an Elia fan club! I bet Sam's own past with his cousin Adon would be pretty spectacular too. And while I think Liam is an absolute prick, his story would have the most fireworks of them all!
Minor gripe. When I looked for this, it was Kindle format only. Bit of a hassle to have to get the file converted for my android reader so the tts app could read it out to me. This is how I "read" most books these days, leaving my hands free for craft stuff. And needless to say, Kindle does not support tts.
Wish I could have bought it in epub format directly. Feb 18, Star rated it really liked it Shelves: mm-romance , bdsm , alphas , scifi , aliens , short-story.
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Loved this short story. Hard-boiled detective, hot alien species, sexy little human slaves, consuming sci-fi world building My only problem? I want more! Would love to read more about the Borathians and their bonds as well as Sam's journey. Mar 21, Beth doesn't write enough reviews rated it liked it Shelves: scifi , m-m , bdsm. Seriously, the world building is so interesting!
I loved the characters, Sam being my favorite. This is far too short. But, what was packed in here is interesting, thought provoking and steamy fucking hot! Mar 04, Kelly H. Maybedog rated it really liked it Shelves: what-bdsm , what-bdsm-bondage , what-bdsm-dd , what-bdsm-spanking-etc , what-bdsm-loving , where-grr-mine , how-shorts-and-novellas , what-aliens , what-sf , what-bdsm-tpe.
I want more. I really liked the narration, the breaking of the fourth wall kind of way of speaking.
There was a lot of telling but I have to admit, it was told in such a conversational and interesting way that it took me a while to notice. The world building was interesting and I I want more. The world building was interesting and I would definitely read something else set in this universe. This story actually made me think which I wasn't expecting. I don't know the morality of the situation with the bonds.
The conditioning, the laws, they all lend credence to the belief that they truly are slaves, but when they are given the option and desperately want that life, does it matter? When their owner appears to almost worship them? The conditioning has already happened, it can't be undone. The person is already happy as far as we can tell and wants that life, no second guessing. So whether it was wrong to begin with, I'm not sure whether it's wrong now--in this context.
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This was unusual in that although it was a romance, it wasn't a romance involving the MC. Actually, the MC view spoiler [is hurt greatly by the events as he comes to realize how lonely his life is hide spoiler ]. The story was quite good for what it was. May 10, Reflection rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m , short-story , read-in , slavery , sci-fi , paranormal , alternative-universe.
I thought I might need to be in a deep dark place to read The Slave Catcher, and I couldn't have been more wrong. It was fantastic and I have a pain in my cheeks from grinning so widely. The Slave Catcher is narrated by delightfully rambunctious rogue and anti-hero Sam Beron who weaves his story filled with social commentary and razor sharp self awareness as he recalls placing himself on the horns of a dilemma finding slavery to be morally repugnant whilst being well compensated to track a runa I thought I might need to be in a deep dark place to read The Slave Catcher, and I couldn't have been more wrong.
The Slave Catcher is narrated by delightfully rambunctious rogue and anti-hero Sam Beron who weaves his story filled with social commentary and razor sharp self awareness as he recalls placing himself on the horns of a dilemma finding slavery to be morally repugnant whilst being well compensated to track a runaway human. Sam encounters Borathians an alien species with the ability to read thoughts leading to laugh out loud socially embarrassing moments which Sam describes with refreshing candour.
Unusually, this is not a love story at least not for Sam but reveals a zest for life and a yearning for connection, as well as a hedonistic appreciation of attraction and scorching hot love scenes. Sam Beron has a skewed outlook on life in the 'Verse and paints a vivid celebration of life and love in all its diversity. I was expecting a darker read and instead was pulled into an unexpected mashup of sci-fi,skewed cultural commentary, hot sex scenes and clever banter that manages to both poignant, hilarious and thought provoking.
My only complaint is it is too short I want more, so much more Oct 17, J. Hall rated it really liked it Shelves: gay-sci-fi , m-m-romance.
I enjoyed this novella, enough that I hope to see Ford return to this world with more stories in the future. The beginning takes a little to establish the world, which some readers found hard to get into. But for those who have read a lot of science fiction, I actually thought Ford did a good job setting up the world and the different races coming together there with their different beliefs and practices. Sam Beron is sort of set up as a kind of Sam Spade in the tradition of the old film noir detective stories.
While his people abhor the idea of slavery, he finds himself having to hunt for one for what he considers the most dangerous race, the Borothians. The slaves and the bonds with their masters was brilliantly rendered, and every character seem well-rounded, which is hard to do in shorter fiction. The end scene was hot and I loved all the sexual tension throughout the story.
For fans of both mm romance and science fiction, I recommend this book. Nov 07, Ilona rated it it was amazing Shelves: science-fiction , m-m. I loved the characters and the mangled naming of stuff that was so believable and apt. I most especially loved the twist on the idea of slavery that the author manages to produce. I hope that the author intends to write more stories from this world of hers - I would love to read more about the bonded pairs. Dec 08, Pjm12 rated it really liked it Shelves: clever , mmm , sexy , angsty , crimey , spacey , funny , sad , short-story , twisty.
This was very funny, very clever, and a little bit sad really. The world building is elaborate, so much for such a short story. Is there more of this 'Verse to come? I hope so. Private Locator, Sam Beron is a heart-breaker. Not that he would be happy to be called that. He's so lonely, I just want to hug him. Fast paced and detailed. Good story, clever world-building, funny misnomers for "Earthish" things, and great characters, but the story lacked a little something and left me wanting at the end. I want a sequel or something where there's more of a happy ending rather than just a maybe happy future.
I really enjoyed this. This was a guilty pleasure read for me, since it is some light fluff. Plus it has some of my favorite themes, soul-mates and bondings. This isn't a romance, just FYI, but I liked seeing the relationships among the side characters. I enjoyed the carefree MC, all the little references to Earth, and learning about the different species. I would have liked a bit more descriptions on what the MC looked like though. Anyways, a nice and very short read that succeeded in making me I really enjoyed this.
Anyways, a nice and very short read that succeeded in making me want more. I am really, really, hoping there will be a sequel, and that we will be seeing more of Elia and Raphael. I'm rating this purely on enjoyment level, so bumping up 3. Mar 21, K rated it liked it. The world building is done via info dump in the first chapter which happens years before the story itself starts. There were some great concepts and well drawn characters but the story just wasn't given the chance to evolve to what I felt could be its full potential.
There were some great moments and some fun ideas.. I loved Sam's old Earth fasination and the fact he kept getting words almost right but it wasn't really enough to carry the story Nov 20, Alishea rated it it was ok Shelves: free , bdsm , sci-fi , purchased-at-won , law-enforcement , dub-con , erotica , gay. It had much potential for either good erotica or good character and story with some erotic content, but it fell short in both respects.
I'd be more than willing to read an expanded version to see if either or both areas are improved on. Jan 13, Anna Goerlitz rated it really liked it Shelves: on-the-blog , paranormal-au-scifi , bdsm , law-enforcement , reviewed. This was brilliant. Not a romance as such. But so much fun, great world building, great characters and so much pushed into so few pages. I was left wanting more! I would definetely read a full length novel about this world and these characters. Mar 24, Elci rated it liked it Recommended to Elci by: K.
Shelves: aliens , short-story. Jul 17, Wolve rated it it was amazing. One of the rare books I've been heavily emotionally involved with. Great stuff. In , the sci-fi author and philosophy professor John Norman published the first of his Gor book series, which is sometimes known as the "Gorean Saga. The novels draw on a combination of philosophy, science-fiction, and erotica, and are notorious in sci-fi circles for their sexual politics. In the books, this kind of misogyny-BDSM existence is touted as the "natural order. Norman's books have been widely criticized for essentially being MRA-porn, but because the world is full of all sorts, they have also directly inspired some readers to adopt a "Gorean" lifestyle, which is exactly what it sounds like.
VICE: When did you become a kajira? Vivienne: I started eleven years ago.
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I play Second Life , and got sold in a slave auction hall to a Gorean master. He asked if I had ever explored the lifestyle, but I had no idea what it was. I got really into the books and brought it to my BDSM dom [master] at that time. What did you find attractive about the Gorean lifestyle? The first book I read was Slave Girl of Gor , and the relationship between master and slave was instantly appealing. I craved it. Gor was a way to explore things further. It goes much deeper, especially in the bond between master and kajira.
Would you ever refuse your master? Do you believe in the "natural order"? Is being a kajira empowering? I really started to grow and be more empowered when I found Gor. I feel like I finally have a grip on my emotions, having suffered from depression and anxiety in the past. I can look in the mirror and see my growth, both physically and mentally. I went into it to find myself, and repair all the damage that had been done. It gave me an anchor. How long have you been a kajira? She was taken away from her parents and grew up with people from outside world.
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