Her vaginal ratchet moved in concertina-like waves, slowly chugging my organ as a boa constrictor swallows its prey. Soon I was locked in, balls deep, ready to be ground down by the enamelled pepper mill within her. He kisses her chin, her mouth, and their tongues touch, oh, too much, he slips his lips free with a soft suck. He moves back down, till he is level with her breasts. He feels the huge change in meaning, in status; it is as though he had grown up in a single suck. Everything transformed.
Bad sex award twosome: prize goes to Didier Decoin and John Harvey
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The Literary Review announced the winner of the 25th annual Bad Sex in Fiction Award at what it described as "a lavish ceremony" on Thursday evening. The Bad Sex in Fiction award's purpose is "to draw attention to poorly written, perfunctory or redundant passages of sexual description in modern fiction. The judges gave him the award based on a sex scene between the book's protagonist Ian and his former girlfriend. The scene takes place on a Greek island, and the following passage is apparently what tipped the odds in Bollen's favour. The rest of her remains so delectably exposed. The skin along her arms and shoulders are different shades of tan like water stains in a bathtub. Her face and vagina are competing for my attention, so I glance down at the billiard rack of my penis and testicles.
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Literary Review covers the most important and interesting books published each month, from history and biography to fiction and travel. The magazine was founded in and is based in London. The award was presented by Nicky Haslam. After hours of tortuous debate, the judges were unable to choose between the final two.
Whatever its current intentions, the Bad Sex Award tradition continues. Books are nominated—or rather, passages from books are nominated—and a long list is subsequently winnowed down to a short list. Judges are given the passages, completely divorced, it seems, from the context of the larger scene, chapter, or novel. It featured a poor choice of metaphor for testicles.