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2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Revenge of the Brobot (A Steam Room Story)

Revenge of the Brobot (A Steam Room Story) by JC Calciano

This book is not for everyone. It's humor at its lowest. You'll either love it or hate it. Fortunately, I'm a big fan of low humor and intentionally purple prose.This story is a hilariously raunchy send-up of the Pygmalion and Galatea or Giapetto and Pinocchio theme. A sex bot, programmed to give sexual pleasure, escapes from Hot Bot-y, where he was manufactured, and becomes sentient in the service of his new master. His maker makes him flee naked into the night because the wicked military-industrial complex intends to turn the bots into killing machines. All ends well when the army of love-bots pleasures the soldiers into submission.JC Calciano is shameless with his word play and alliteration: "flogged his flagpole to a frothy finish" and "phallic-filled fellatio fornicators and pear-shaped patootie penetrators" are just two examples. The resistance movement is headquartered in a doughnut shop called (of course) "the Creamy Hole." The army general soon discovers their hideaway and cries, "My men and I will penetrate the Creamy Hole from behind!" Sophomoric? Certainly. Crude and tasteless? Absolutely. But great fun.


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