Melon for Ecstasy (Prion Humour Classics) review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB

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Melon for Ecstasy Prion Humour ClassicsThe erotic pull of a laburnum in moonlight Humphrey risks nasty splinters under cover of darkness as his love affair with “Labby” unfolds But can he defend himself against the local busybodies who are determined to save their trees from the mysterious drill holes that keep appearing overnight As Humphrey struggles to protect. Is it supposed to be provocative Funny Status uo challenging It misses the mark on all of them and comes across as a book written by someone with the mind of an adolescent who thought it would be for some reason compelling to hear about a man sticking his genitals in trees At one point the character describes something as onanistic I can think of no better way to describe the impression that is left of the writers who thought they had struck upon something original and maybe they did but pardon the expression got down in the weeds of their vision or lack thereof and wrote what amounts to the doodlings of a not very inspired 13 year old on a junior high urinal stall

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First published in 1971 and set in the middle England of the 1960s A Melon for Ecstasy takes the frustrated passion of one repressed young man and shows that sex in the suburbs can be a very twisted affair Step into the feverish world of Humphrey Mackevoy and discover the thrills of split bark the unplumbed joys of virgin wood and. This is undoubtedly the greatest epistolary novel ever written about a man who has sex with trees Brilliant and hilarious

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Melon for Ecstasy (Prion Humour Classics) review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB é First published in 1971 and set in the middle England of the 1960s A Melon for Ecstasy takes the frustrated passion of one repressed young man and shows that sex in the suburbs can be a very twisted affair Step into the feverish world ofHis dark secret he becomes drawn into a dramatic plot of subterfuge and downright confusion He might conuer his passion for the soft contours of a young sapling but will he ever escape the clutches of Mummy a darkly comic figure drawn to give the best of us nightmares Read this and a walk through the park may never be the same aga. The reader is left reaching for their own hand tool kit at the end of this oneYou will have to read it to know what I am referring toIt's not what you think it may be what you do