Pounded by the Gay Men Who Raised Me: The Complete 27 Book Series
- Narrated by: Andy Paigeman
- Length: 9 hrs and 14 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-04-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Andy Paigeman
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With Andy Paigeman's Pounded by the Men Who Raised Me series, no gay man-of-the-house fantasy has been left unexplored. Hailed as the predominant author of forbidden, taboo gangbangs, Andy Paigeman has created a world where all of your most depraved homosexual fantasies are free to run wild without consequence.
Now the complete series is available a single 27 story volume that is sure to get your heart racing. These are the most hardcore, explicit tales of older-men-on-a-younger-twink group sex you will ever encounter, featuring double anal penetration, bukakke, rough sex and taboo cream pies.
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By Jeremy Eskelsen on 01-12-18
The difference between erotica and bad porn is...
What would have made Pounded by the Gay Men Who Raised Me: The Complete 27 Book Series better?
So... Don't get me wrong - I like porn... There is romance, then there is "erotica," then "porny," and then... bad porn. In romance, I like reading about the whispers in the ear, and gentle kisses, and to be teased with almost no "dirty" details (potentially, just the idea that sex is possible). I like reading erotica, which goes further into the lurid details of every act, but with an artfulness to the writing. I like "porny," I've read lots of the stories that are fantasy stories, where you don't care anything about any character - you just want the dirty details. Then there is "bad porn." This can be fun, but more in a "let's make fun of this," kind of way. Whether on video, audio, or written - it's the kind of thing that is almost a
caricature of itself. The kind you would send your friends because it's so awful you can't stop watching/listening/reading. Think of someone having sex that has the vocabulary where there are 4 semi-imaginative words for "hole," and then says "Oh yes, **** my ," about 78 times, using them in random rotation.
What could Andy Paigeman have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
I cheer on anyone that has written anything and made it available for the world, and there are many that will enjoy this book, just as it's written and will love every moment. I am not that person - though, I did get a lot of laughs. That may sound mean, but truth-be-told, nothing below the waist stirred even a little - and that's not difficult with me. And the scenario presented should have made this perfect - but... It just didn't work.
Would you be willing to try another one of Andy Paigeman’s performances?
I feel like there is more to Andy than what is in these pages (or minutes) - I think there could be an expanded story - and that might even be told! But through 9 of the "books" (which are small chapters) I had to stop, unless I was in a bad mood, and needed to laugh.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Laughter - which... In sex, is most often not a good sign.
Any additional comments?
Part of this might have also been the tone in the reading. The audio equipment sounds quite hollow, but aside from this - the main character sounds as bored while describing being pounded, as I was waiting for anything of substance to show. "*Sigh...* So that's when he put his massive... **** up *sigh* against my tightness... *sigh* I knew... *sigh* that the day *sigh* I'd always dreamed of *sigh* was... here... Bueller... Bueller... Bueller... *sigh* Bueller..." The energy just wasn't there. Maybe with a reader that sounded nervous and excited, I could have joined in with that excitement, regardless of the language - but... No.
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By Jessica on 11-19-16
The narration was good, he got a plesant voice to listen to. I liked the stores in all chapters and some even made me laugh. I did however find it a litte sad that 85% of the sex scenes started the same and was the same all the way to the end. Was basically a repet just with different location/names/participants. The "dirty talk" was also repeted a lot and (I know its just a book) it just didnt sound right.
Still really hot and a good listen and I recommend it :)
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