Monday, December 21, 2009
If you're looking for a book that will challenge your outlook on life. Move on. If you're looking for a book on which to write your thesis. Keep looking. If you're looking for a book that you can read and have a discussion with your pastor. Uh-uh. HOWwwwww-ever... if you are looking for a book that will keep you in a constant state of arousal. Bingo. If you're looking for a book that will make certain intimate parts of your body tickle and make you feel (really, really) good. Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!! If you're looking for a book that is a personification of the word "erotic-lust ". STOP. DO NOT PASS GO. DO NOT COLLECT $200! `Spanish Flyy' is, from page 1 to page 223, completely, totally, and wholly saturated with sex. Let me repeat that: this book has so much eroticism in it that Heather Hunter called and said, "oh COME ON"! The beginning of this book had me OD'ing on the bow-chikka-wow-wow. The middle and the end of the book had me trippin' on the drama AND the sex. I don't know where Naija came up with some of the story lines and twists show throws in here but... damn! I know that I keep repeating "the sex, the sex, the sex", but that's because IT. IS. How soon do you find this out? Sentence one y'all. Sentence... one. This is a pretty fast moving story but pay attention because, while you're reading and thinking one thing, Naija hits you with a `side-collision-with-no-airbag' twist that will give you a literary whiplash. Be warned: this is a very graphic (as if you couldn't tell already) story. There is abuse, murder, incest, sexual assault, betrayal, and serious pain between these covers. In one Stephen King's best books ever, `Cujo', he admitted that he was so wasted on drugs and alcohol that he doesn't even remember writing that story. I wonder what Naija was on when she wrote this? :-) (just kidding my sista').