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The Unraveling

Volume One: The Erotopian Chronicles

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The Unraveling by Carl Frankel
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The Unraveling recounts the adventures that befall three Earthlings when they travel to a culture that has been steeping for thousands of years in a broth of sex, pleasure and connection. Welcome to Erotopia, where the clergy are sex priests and priestesses and their talents are literally miraculous! The three Earthlings are emissaries traveling to a distant galaxy to make contact with the only other humanoid species in the universe, and they are also entrepreneurs, intent on making a fortune by creating an X-rated reality show that features them having sex with hot extra-terrestrials. But the eronauts have shortcomings. They are toting Earth culture with them and are unskilled at relationship, communication, conflict resolution, and loving well. These deficits are magnified in the wisdom culture of Erotopia, which is perfectly artful in these areas. This clash of cultures and capacities is the fulcrum on which The Unraveling hinges. Will the Earthlings learn from Erotopia? Or will they infect the culture with their many dysfunctions? A deeply original mash-up of moods and genres, The Unraveling is silly and serious, satirical and visionary, metaphysical and memorably bawdy. The Unraveling is also: -A deeply considered meditation on some of the most critical issues of our time, including boundaries, consent, and the meaning of 'man' and 'woman' in our culture. -Volume One of a grand epic trilogy-The Erotopian Chronicles. -A manifesto for sex-positivity. "Strap yourself in for one wild ride to Erotopia. Funny, sexy, beautifully written and compelling-a thinking man and woman's erotic journey like no other. Barbarella meets Galaxy Quest on steroids!" -Marlene Adelstein, USA Today bestselling author of Sophie Last Seen "A sexy, droll page-turner that will make you think as well as laugh. A wise and provocative Utopian romp." -Eric Booth, author, Tending the Perennials: The Art and Spirit of a Personal Religion "In a time when we're constantly bombarded with bad news about sex from the latest #MeToo scandal to the panic over human trafficking to the perils of porn addiction, it's refreshing to visit a world where there's not only abundant good news about sex, sex itself is the source of that good news. In his imaginative novel The Unraveling, author and well-known sex-positivity advocate Carl Frankel takes us to just such a place-the planet Erotopia (a title inspired by Ernest Callenbach's 1975 book Ecotopia) where consensual sex in a vast profusion of expressions is not only celebrated but forms the basis of a peaceful and prosperous society. Erotopia's inhabitants have perfected sexuality as both an art and a science and though their world is not entirely free of conflicts and contradictions, as none could be, it is as close to paradise as any humanoid life form could hope to discover. Vividly written, peopled with a fascinating diversity of characters human and otherwise, and delightfully optimistic, The Unraveling is a thoughtful and entertaining take on a world that's chosen the power of pleasure over the pleasure of power." -Ernest Greene, author, The Master of O Author Carl Frankel runs the Intimate Arts Center, which was founded by his wife, the award-winning author and sex educator Sheri Winston. He is the author of five non-fiction books, two of which have won national prizes: Secrets of the Sex Masters and The Art of Social Enterprise. The Unraveling is his first novel.
Release date Australia
June 18th, 2019
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Pages
282
Imprint
Mango Garden Press
Dimensions
152x229x16
ISBN-13
9780989813877
Product ID
31032995

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