Sunday, June 28, 2015

*Review* Taken by the Tetris Blocks by Leonard Delaney

Genre: Erotica
Published: December 13, 2014
Pages: 17
Ages: 18+


When blocks started falling from the sky, Christie Aackerlund welcomed the excitement. Now she’s having a bad day at work, and looking for some fun and games. Luckily, she runs into some large Russian blocks that are more than happy to score. Soon, she’ll be the one falling … in lust.

Taken by the Tetris Blocks is a 4000 word short story featuring sexual situations involving blocks. It’s for super mature audiences only.


This is one of those books that leaves most people, myself included, astounded that anyone would even think to write that story. I went into it expecting to encounter utter ridiculousness, and I was let down. 

The book starts out with the idea that there are Tetris block shaped alien life forms somewhere in the galaxy (or in some galaxy) and they come to Earth, which is a bit absurd, but no more absurd than the idea that there is an alien species made out of metal, rubber, etc and brought to life by a cube called the All Spark, that can transform from a human-ish shape into cars or electronics, and Transformers have been quite popular during two separate times in my lifetime alone. And really, that is the most ridiculous part of this story. Once you accept that premise, it becomes pretty standard sci-fi erotica.

I don't really want to go into too many more details though because that would basically involve rehashing the entire story (it is a short story after all), but I will say that I thought the sex scene was hot. I was surprisingly and oddly aroused by it. It wasn't ridiculous or awkward.

Overall I give this story 5 out of 5 stars because it was well written and surprised me. My only complaint is that I would have liked it to have been longer, but I have to rate the story for what it is, not for what I want it to be. If you like erotica that is a little bit out there, this story is definitely for you. - Katie 

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About the Author

Fully ignoring the lame advice to "write what you know," Leonard Delaney uses a vivid imagination to overcome limited life experience. His unique blend of erotica, fantasy, and science fiction explores the lighter side of massacring good taste. His debut novella, Sex Boat, is two parts parody, one part satire, with a sprinkle of sea monsters.

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