Horny Hal's Reading List
My Secret Life
This book is the sexual memoirs of a Victorian Age English Gentleman. Itís a must, for anyone who loves reading erotica. These are not fictional accounts. Itís the real deal.
The book chronicles his entire life, and he shares with the world his relentless pursuit of pussy. This is the kind of book you will read over and over again. The hard copy book is available at bookstores that have an erotica section; and it can also be ordered online at several outlets. But, the good thing is, if you donít need the actual book, itís available to be read online absolutely free. Hereís the link. Enjoy:
The Romance of Lust
Here is another book about the lifelong sexual exploits of a Victorian gentleman. Itís also written as a memoir, but there is great debate on whether or not these are true accounts. Iíd like to think that itís a true book, but even as a work of fiction, itís an erotic masterpiece. Itís much nastier than My Secret Life. If you read them in the order that I have them listed, youíll see just what I mean. Here is the link that will allow you to read the book online, for free:
Philosophy In The Bedroom
By The Marquis de Sade
Iíve read this book so many times, almost to the point of having it committed to memory. Itís written in the style of a script for a play Ė for those that donít know, the Marquis de Sade was also a playwright. Itís about how a group of super-nasty debaucherers bring a young woman into the fold.
This book was so interesting to me, because it actually contains de Sadeís philosophy on sexuality. Compared to his reputation, and the practices he was noted for, the first part of the book seems tame. But, the end of the book goes out in true Marquis de Sade fashion. Be warned. Hereís the link for you:
A Journal of Facetiae and Voluptuous Reading.
This was a monthly journal of ďvoluptuous readingĒ (a euphemism for porn), first published in July of 1879. Here's a link to where you can peruse various issues of it:
120 Days of Sodom
By The Marquis de Sade
This book may very well be de Sade's magnum opus. I know it's just about the nastiest book I've ever read - and I do mean nasty. Almost every sexual act imaginable is depicted. This is not for the squeamish. As nasty as I am, there were a few things in there that were not to my taste at all. That notwithstanding, if you're the adventurous type, and you're willing to take a head long plunge into literary decadence, then this book is for you.
You can download it as a PDF file from this address:
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