Wilde Passions of Dorian Gray: A Novel - Mitzi Szereto
This is erotica, nothing more, nothing less, for the purpose of provoking and titillating. If you can look at it as a character study, however, it does work a bit better. In the author’s interpretation of Wilde’s iconic character, there is only one way Dorian Gray could progress through time after submerging himself in the hedonism of which he’d only dabbled in The Picture of Dorian Gray: his entire person becomes corrupted by it, embracing an increasingly more aggressive sexual depravity as he wanders through the decades, stagnated physically, stunted emotionally, and needing more psychologically to satisfy his insatiable appetites.


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