Two Knotty Boys Back on the Ropes

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Tying down a load of lumber is one thing; tying up your partner is another thing altogether. In this book, famed bondage riggers the Two Knotty Boys show readers how to tie basic knots and use them in sensual bondage techniques. With the help of renowned photographer Ken Marcus, the Boys use more than 750 full-color photos to illustrate the techniques for turning rope into rope bondage. Easy-to-follow captions and clear, step-by-step images allow readers to learn at their own pace, review entire techniques at a ...

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Overview

Tying down a load of lumber is one thing; tying up your partner is another thing altogether. In this book, famed bondage riggers the Two Knotty Boys show readers how to tie basic knots and use them in sensual bondage techniques. With the help of renowned photographer Ken Marcus, the Boys use more than 750 full-color photos to illustrate the techniques for turning rope into rope bondage. Easy-to-follow captions and clear, step-by-step images allow readers to learn at their own pace, review entire techniques at a glance, or lay the book flat on a bed or table and follow along as they subdue their partner. Written in a playful style that makes rope bondage safe and approachable, and covering a wide range of techniques from basic ties to decorative ropework pieces, Two Knotty Boys Back on the Ropes is the perfect bedside companion for curious newcomers and serious players alike.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931160698
  • Publisher: Green Candy Press
  • Publication date: 3/3/2009
  • Pages: 80
  • Sales rank: 212,261
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2013

    I Also Recommend:

    I had a chance to review this book both the E version and the ha

    I had a chance to review this book both the E version and the hard copy. This is an excellent book!!! Two Knotty Boys step it up and give the novice or even experienced another tool to add to their collection. Easy to follow with lots of fun stuff to try as well as giving the basic safety tools. I recommend this book in the paper back/hard copy over the E book though. But everyone who enjoys the style of rope bondage from beginner to experienced should have Two Knotty Boys on their book list.

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  • Posted December 31, 2011

    Great Book About Knots

    I suppose I should not have been surprised to find this book under "Erotica", but it was, and I was. It dwells more on the knots, with pretty simple to follow directions that, with some practice, I was usually able to follow; several of the photos do qualify as erotic. I was interested in a book on fancy knots; this book met that interest.

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  • Posted February 18, 2011

    Think you might be better off with the actual book here

    I like these guys and their approach to rope work.
    They give you some very interesting knots to work with and as they state with a little imagination you can do a lot.
    Unfortunatly the format doesn't work very well in the e-book version.
    A little difficult at times to distinguise the end of one knot from the biggining of the other. And there fore I think it would be too confusing for a bigginer who is trying to wrap thier head around the knots.
    Also some of the sequences aren't as clear as they could be. I found it actually easier to study the knot and work it out then to follow the sequenced pictures. My other complaint would be there is so little difference in price between the actual book and the e- version you are better off with the real book in hand.

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