Manolo Garza, the most celebrated (and probably also talented) torrero
of his generation, has just one goal in his life, and had so from early
on: To rematch the bull Gaditano that had gored him early in his career.
And even if that goring - that went viral on YouTube and the like - had
granted Manolo his popularity, Manolo is obsessed with the thought of
killing exactly that bull for good.
Somehow, this overshadows all of his
life, especially since he has since that incident developed a worrying
predilection for spanking his wife, and spanking her hard. Not that's not
supposed to be an act of actual violence but a sort of foreplay or even
substitute for actual sex. The wife doesn't like it one bit though, so
Manolo eventually takes his needs to a prostitute with a heart of gold,
who isn't only willing and able to let him spank the living shit out of
her but who also lets him shag her afterwards.
So for a while,
everything's well, until Manolo's wife decides to learn a bit more about
spankings as well and visits of all people the same prostitute as Manolo
... and it doesn't take her long to find out her husband is a regular as
well - and likewise it doesn't take long before she separates him ...
divorced, Manolo is more determined than ever to fight Gaditano, and he
has already set up the very event ... when visions kick in, visions of his
deceased colleagues, a creepy gypsy woman, and even the devil himself. But
even if all that should keep him from even trying, he won't waiver until
he has killed the bull - or die trying ...
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The Long Day of
Revenge is an interesting read because it deliberately falls between
quite a few stools: Sure, on one hand it's erotica specifically written
for the spanking community, and in their depiction, the spanking scenes
leave little to be desired. At the same time though, the book was
obviously written by someone with an expertise in bullfighting, judging
not only by the constant namedropping but also detailed descriptions of
the sport as such. But readers might also find traces of Moby Dick
and The Old Man and the Sea in The Long Day of Revenge,
however unintentional, while Manolo's hallucinations are pretty much
All this might not exactly result in the best piece of
literature, but an interesting read at least, even if neither bullfights
nore spankings are your thing.
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