Harri and Marri: An Erotic Philosophy

Overview

The Shire County of Monmouth in the United Kingdom of Great Britain has a strangely ambiguous history.
In the C16, it was more than twice as large as it is now, and lay nestled between England and Wales, but was not connected to either politically, as if it fell from the sky, to fill a hole between the two nations, because nature abhors a vacuum.
The "Harri" of this story was a child protégé of this Shire County, born into a junior chapter of a...
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Overview

The Shire County of Monmouth in the United Kingdom of Great Britain has a strangely ambiguous history.
In the C16, it was more than twice as large as it is now, and lay nestled between England and Wales, but was not connected to either politically, as if it fell from the sky, to fill a hole between the two nations, because nature abhors a vacuum.
The "Harri" of this story was a child protégé of this Shire County, born into a junior chapter of a bloodline of savants bred by the Holy Roman Catholic Church after Christianization of the Roman Empire from the third son of Adam and Eve, Seth.
Seth's significance was that it was unto him that God gave the gift of savantism to counter Baal, Angel of Chaos, who had been cast from Heaven for having assisted the famously unsuccessful challenge of Satan to rule Heaven.
From little more than a country bumpkin, our hero rose to Vice Admiral of the British military in the Caribbean, Acting Governor of Jamaica, and Knight of the Garter.
The sexual potency of the first of these promotions took him by surprise, as previously, his savantism made him as ambiguous in this department of life as the Shire County of his birth had been about who it was.
He had been betrothed to his wife, the "Marri" of this story, at about seven years of age, the youngest and plainest daughter of the senior chapter of the family bloodline, namely, his father's eldest brother.
This story essays their intimate exploration of each other due to his attaining this explosive potency.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781500756215
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/11/2014
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.15 (d)

Meet the Author

The author is a 69 year-old married male citizen of the UK, with late diagnosed Asperger's Syndrome, who had such a bizarre youth due to it, which was called 'savantism' when he was born in the Second World War, he had to be privately pre-schooled, home-schooled and special-educational-needs-schooled by family and friends and had a brilliant, though mostly officially secret career as a result. Since retiring, he has made sense of his worlds of Autism and Asperger's Syndrome and his place in them by writing about them, and published four books on Amazon that have attained top slots in Amazon's Bestsellers lists in his marketing genre and keys words niche, Biographies and Memoirs - Childhood Autism and Asperger's Syndrome, and made him a featured blogger on the US edition of The Huffington Post. The names of his books are, "Dafydd Bach: Death of Innocence: The Beginning"; "Dafydd Bach: Death of Innocence: The Aftermath"; "Dafydd Bach: Death of Innocence: The Appendix"; and "Dafydd Bach: Death of Innocence: The Compendium". In them he describes people and books that have inspired him, and he has now started publishing his take on them, this being the first, a speculative bio of the love affair of an ancestor of his that produced a remarkable progeny, Ade Adrian, after whom he was nicknamed at the first school he attended as the head teacher and two other pupils knew more of this story than he did at the time. This present book makes sense of how and why the love affair happened and what lessons he learned from it.
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