Mapped out on a playing field of ticklish male flesh, My Name Is Rand follows a young man on his search for the ultimate erotic adventure. Betrayed by his own skin into a helplessly eroticized state, he becomes a captive of a bizarre torture camp where men practice extreme tickling. After several near-death experiences he stumbles across a hiding place where several desperate men plot escape while taking physical solace in each other. Sweatily detailed in its depiction of men driven over the edge, this nightmarish novel is a bondage epic, a horror comic, and a totally original speculation on the nature of time and consciousness.
|Publisher:||Suspect Thoughts Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.98(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Wayne Courtois is the author of the novels My Name Is Rand and the forthcoming A Pardoner's Tale. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in anthologies ranging from PORN! to Walking Higher: Gay Men Write about the Deaths of Their Mothers, and in journals such as The Greensboro Review and Harrington Gay Men's Literary Quarterly. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I had no idea tickle torture was a thing before I read “My Name is Rand,” and although my tastes run toward the vanilla (with a couple of other flavors), the concept has no appeal in reality whatsoever. In fantasy, however, I would entertain the notion. And like Jeff Mann, who makes BDSM sound like fun, Courtois does the same here. Entertaining, educating…I was (dare I say it?) tickled.