The Childhood Apocalypse of Saint Yahea (A Tale From Eddard's Grove Episode One) by Gerhard Jason Geick
Yahea flees his childhood home, an Amethyst Dragon in hot pursuit. There is a storm on the horizon. It makes the creatures of the Unnamed Savanah randy, and they abide by no natural laws. A Sprite gives head to a Succur pup, and two rabbits double-team a giant bullfrog. From beyond the volcanic regions that mark the edge of the known world, Yahea is given a vision that will change his life forever.
Warning: This story reeks of splatter. Content may offend and/or send you crying to your mommy.
Fantasy meets filth
A filthy fantasy romp with a horny amethyst dragon. Don't be fooled by the cute dragon on the cover, this story is full of WTF moments. Images you will never get out of your head!
Fear and Loathing in Eddard’s Grove
I unashamedly took a copious amount of drugs when I was a teenager. They were the good old days and I had lots of fun. The first instalment of this intriguing, surreal series reminds me of those times. It would be foolish to try and sum up the plot, but after allowing myself to relax and ride the psychedelic wave of dragon cocks and orgiastic demons, I’m sure I ended up having a transcendental experience similar to the unnamed narrator. Gerhard has managed to create something totally weird, grotesque and unique; William Burroughs, Alejandro Jodorowsky and Hieronymus Bosch would all be proud of his literary accomplishment.
Well, this was a horrific little fantasy tale! I absolutely loved it! The drabble at the beginning alone was awesome! For such a short piece of work there was so much packed in (which is something Gerhard is great at!) This is a fantastic quest through desolation, destruction and horror, where we encounter the likes of dragons, demons, unicorns, centaurs, talking eyeballs, orgies and "ball barf" This tale is gross! Hilarious! Bizarre! Sex-fuelled! And so much fun!! I cannot wait to see where this awesome journey will take me next!! 5/5 horny dragons
A great start to the Eddard's Grove cycle
A very intriguing piece! The drabble that starts it off really sets the right mood. Different from the Phobia series of course, but still has the essence of what makes Mr. Geick's writing so good. The world building is good-it leaves quite a bit to the imagination while still setting the world up. Do not let the friendly cover image fool you though, there is still plenty of the grossness we've come to expect, welcome, and enjoy from Gerhard. I'll be interested in checking out where this series is going!!