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El Rapto De La Bella Durmiente
Return to Book Page. From bestselling author Anne Rice, writing as A.
In the traditional folktale of ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ the spell cast upon the lovely young princess and everyone in her castle can only be broken by the kiss of a Prince. It is an ancient story, one that originally emerged from and still deeply disturbs the mind’s unconscious.
Now Anne Rice’s retelling of the Beauty story probes the unspoken implications of this lush, suggestive tale by exploring its undeniable connection to sexual desire. Here rl Prince reawakens Beauty, not with a kiss, but with sexual initiation.
His reward for ending the hundred years of enchantment is Beauty’s complete and total enslavement to him as Anne Rice explores the world of erotic yearning and fantasy in a classic that becomes, with her skillful pen, a compelling experience. Paperback0 pages. Published February 28th by Ediciones B first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Why in the world do people LIKE this book? In earnest this book should be called The Raping of Sleeping Beauty cause that’s what it is. I’m struggling to understand your point of view. Those same people will have a hard time comprehending that there are many women who have a deep desire to be dominated and there’s even those who have rape fantasies. durmkente
El Rapto de La Bella Durmiente
This is a fetish. Can someone please tell me why they like this book, i am currently reading this book and i am having trouble getting into it. I like BDSM and dark erotica but i just can’t get into this book plus the fact that there is no consent make me uncomfortable to even consider this book BDSM?
Curmiente Muldoon This was al of the reasons I got into the lifestyle. I have been to kink events all over the east coast. Durmientr book, and the series was my “Ah ha” moment. This was more years ago than I would like to admit, when I was under the age of This is a fantasy book, there is no consent, and no one ever gets their period or has to go to the bathroom either. For me this book helped plant seeds that later blossomed into fantasies and eventual fetishes.
Abduction, fear play, rape play, slavery, pony play This may just not have your personal kinks bflla it. There are so many erotic books to choose from now that there is something for everyone.
This just may not be it for you.
El Rapto De La Bella Durmiente by Rice, Anne
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Can’t say that I would recommend it. Belpa don’t even know where to start.
This book was definitely a far cry from the ‘Sleeping Beauty’ I remember from childhood. I love a good, dark, erotic story, but this was just bizarre. I had to create a new shelf for this one, named ‘WTF did I just read’. Aside from the overzealous paddle-wielding, the story wasn’t really particularly “dark”.
Nope, the shocking nature of dde tale seemed to come from it’s complete and total strangeness.
It was just so damn weird! I mean, who the hell Ummm I mean, who the hell administers a rudimentary enema in a kitchen, anyway! I’m surprised the castle’s resident perverts didn’t all die of foodbourne illnesses with some of the nasty things going on in the kitchen. Again, not sexy at all! To top it all off, none of the characters were the least bit appealing. I didn’t feel even the slightest connection with any of them.
The blurb sounded promising, but unfortunately, the execution left much to be desired. I’m a firm believer in “different strokes for different folks”. Hey, some bellx like to be defecated on. Sounds pretty disgusting to me, but who am I to judge! So if this book does it for you, then more power to you.
El Rapto de La Bella Durmiente by A.N. Roquelaure (4 star ratings)
For rrapto, this book sucked in a big way! View all 27 comments. I am not sure how I feel about this book. On PAGE 3 the sex and degradation begins and it continued-page after brutal page. I am not a prude by any stretch, I just think this is not the book or subject matter for me.
To answer the review question, “What I Learned from this book”–Well, I learned that being a submissive seems to really su I am not sure how I feel about this book. To furmiente the review question, “What I Learned from this book”–Well, I learned that being a submissive seems to really suck with a capital “S”. The book was successful at making me feel a number of emotions, being turned on was not one of the emotions. More like angry, sad and repulsed Not when you LIVE the role constantly.
I do not know if I will finish the trilogy. My nature is to finish out of curiosity You don’t want to watch and you know it will probably end badly, but you just can’t help yourself.
One of my GR friends said she read it and the 2nd book only gets worse–my question is: How on God’s green se is that possible? View all 28 comments. The Prince wakens Beauty from her century of sleep–and then, as his reward for saving the castle, takes her as his prize.
He leads Beauty back to his kingdom, where foreign princes and princesses are trained to be sexual slaves, willingly submitting to the most “depraved” desires. The fairy tale premise strips the story of characterization and justifies an unbelievable land where Beauty and a hundred other royals undergo public and state-sanctioned humiliating display, oft-repeated spankings, a The Prince wakens Beauty from her century of sleep–and then, as his reward for saving the castle, takes her as his prize.
The fairy tale premise strips the story of characterization and justifies an unbelievable land where Beauty and a hundred other royals undergo public and state-sanctioned humiliating display, oft-repeated spankings, and sexual encounters which never require consent. The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty has a few darkly erotic moments but quickly disintegrates into repetition, and lacks character growth which might grant it some sense of purpose. I do not plan to read the sequels, and I do not recommend this book.
Initially, the premise of Claiming appears to have beautiful simplicity, but this simplicity is its biggest downfall. An untouched Beauty, woken bepla endless sleep into vivid life by a Prince–the concept leads easily into sexual overtones.
However, fairy tales are brief and reiterative, and trade character for archetype: Rice maintains both aspects.
She cannot sustain the simple concept over a novel’s length, and the story quickly becomes repetitious: Beauty believes that each instance is worse than the last, but it’s hard for the reader to agree. Not much varies besides the order of events, and sometimes a slave is tied up for a while or there’s a bit of sodomy, but other bela that the book drives in the same circle until the end.
Beauty and Prince have little characterization outside of their titles, and while Beauty eventually encounters characters with names and the ghost of an identity, on the whole characterization is kept to a minimum.
Without characterization, there is no character growth and no one for the reader to identify with and care about, stripping the story of any sense of durmiebte. To be fair, the whole book is not a cycle of simple repetition.
Claiming has a few moments of dark eroticism, where the encounter is conceived in such a way that it is appealing to the sympathetic mind which is to say that the content tends towards idealized sexual violence not unlike BDSM, and may not suit all readers. Such moments, however, are the exception rather than the rule.
The number of spankings, each one just like the one before, is so exaggerated that one begins to wonder if Rice has a fetish. On a less humorous note, the variations on sex and punishment tread on the edge of objectionable–not because the two can’t be intermixed, but because Rice intermixes them without stopping for consent.
To a certain extent, the fairy tale setting justifies this: But the setting can’t excuse the fact that the book begins when the Prince rapes Beauty to wake her and then orders her into slavery durmienhe her will. Nevermind the fact that Beauty is forever aroused by her trails–the fantasy of the entire book is still tainted. There is ample room in literature for erotic fairy tales–especially for eroticism that reveals or revels in the darkness of human nature.
The Claiming of Sleeping Beautybogged down by blank-faced characters and dozen of identical spankings, plummets where it should soar.
The result is a novel with only moments of erotic interest, never thought-provoking or intriguing but instead unbelievable, repetitious, and slightly unsettling.
Rice cannot maintain the concept over a mere pages, and I doubt that the two sequels are any better–I don’t hella to read them. I was disappointed by this book, and I don’t recommend it.