The Enormous Bed

The Enormous Bed Author reviewer and critic John Coleman wrote this book the very first volume in the Traveller s Companion series Coleman renowned for penning the shortest film review in history of Skidoo he wrote

  • Title: The Enormous Bed
  • Author: Henry Jones John Coleman
  • ISBN: 9781596542020
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author, reviewer and critic John Coleman wrote this book, the very first volume in the Traveller s Companion series Coleman, renowned for penning the shortest film review in history of Skidoo he wrote Skidoo Skidon t for New Zealand s New Statesman , presents us with Euphemius Heneky, a man of privilege forced by circustance into a new way of life after the war thatAuthor, reviewer and critic John Coleman wrote this book, the very first volume in the Traveller s Companion series Coleman, renowned for penning the shortest film review in history of Skidoo he wrote Skidoo Skidon t for New Zealand s New Statesman , presents us with Euphemius Heneky, a man of privilege forced by circustance into a new way of life after the war that ended in 1945 We travel with Henry, from his youthful, amorous endeavors, to later in his life, when the changes in the post war world force our young man to find a job Acclaimed as much for its delicate observations and social satire as for its erotic depictions, The Enormous Bed sets a high standard for the many Olympia works that came after.

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    One thought on “The Enormous Bed”

    1. Somebody, like Neil Gaiman, Caitlin Moran or another famous sexy author, recommended this book in late 2015 as an example of a book with well written sex scenes. Whoever it was, they weren't kidding! This book is a bit too steamy for reading on public transport. At least the electronic version doesn't have the dayglow green cover to attract attention, and the text size can be shrunk to reduce the audience.The plot, set before and after WWII, is unsurprisingly tissue thin for a bonk novel, and ve [...]

    2. Like the last review, I also read this because it was mentioned in a Guardian article, and it's certainly worth a look. A terrible 'framing' plot, but basically a selection of quite diverse and imaginative 'erotic encounters', very well-written for the genre, with a fun flavour of old-school British upper-class.

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