Futanari Moans and the Mummy’s Hand (Job)

Futanari Moans 1

by Sally Bend

Futanari Moans and the Mummy's Hand (Job) - Sally Bend
Part of the Futanari Moans series:
Editions:Kindle
ISBN: B071WKG5X3
Pages: 33

Futanari Moans, amateur archaeologist and professional tomb raider, has unearthed her share of ancient treasures. With her only weapon the swollen, dripping appendage strapped to her thigh, Moans journeys across the Middle East, dodging traps, scarabs, and undead creatures, while battling foes from home and abroad.

 

All in pursuit of a forbidden relic that will unlock the key to her futanari transformation, and give her the power to reclaim a future denied her by one government’s shocking betrayal. It's a frantic scramble to an explosive climax, a deliciously messy finish dictated by the magic of the Mummy’s Hand.

 

Packed with 11,000 words of pulp futa adventure, complete with a taboo side of monster erotica, this introduction to the world of Futanari Moans is superbly silly, and scandalously sexy!

Excerpt:
Reviews:Irene Clearmont on Goodreads wrote:

First to state my interest. I received a copy from Sally, but she in no way asked me to review the book. In fact I seriously doubt that she did because this is my first review on GR!

However, now I shall do so with no spoilers...

Let's be clear here, I am a writer of fetish and FD fiction, I understand the breadth and depth of some of these genres. They run deep and there are many memes, understandings and plot devices that are special to each area.

However, a tale needs to be judged by comparison to it's peers. This is not what I would call a 'long read', nevertheless there was a great deal of helter-skelter action that kept me until the end of the tale. This is of course just a single part of a series and left the reader hanging a little, but then that is as it should be. The action has the flavor of a strange (to me!) sexual Indiana Jones or perhaps more appropriately, Laura Croft that finds the rather impressive organ that he-she is endowed with come to the rescue in the strangest ways! There is a deal of slapstick here and the readers' enjoyment will be mainly based on having a futa or manga attitude with a sense of the humor that belongs to the genre.

The quality of prose is high and flows well throughout, though occasionally the predicaments required a quick reread of the last paragraph. However, since I tend to be a fast reader rather than one who chews each word, this is normal for me.

So to sum up:

This is probably one for fans of the genre, this is fun (and that is rare in adult fiction anyway), a romp where sliding blocks, pouring sand and monsters endanger a hero-heroine who is spending much effort (and body-fluid) in escaping the inevitable. Its oddity has a delicious charm of it's own and I can safely say that I have never read anything like it before

🙂

Not entirely my sweet cup of tea, but enjoyable and a creative diversion...

Lyka Bloom on Goodreads wrote:

In the interest of full disclosure, I like Sally Bend personally and she's been a great supporter of mine for a very long time, too. I'm going to be very enthusiastic about her latest story, and I hope you believe me when I say it is an honest review from my point of view, and not just me playing nice with a fellow writer. With that caveat out of the way, Sally's latest story is a kind-of parody of the Indiana Jones films, but with an exceptionally lewd and wonderful twist. Futanari Moans and the Mummy's Hand (Job) is in many ways a very silly story, with a heroine who is alternately incredibly capable and completely distracted by her own... ahem... assets that she sometimes lucks into good fortune. But I get ahead of myself.

When we first meet Futanari Moans, she's already in the midst of an adventure, a quest to retrieve the hand of a mummy. We know little about her to begin with, save for the bimbo-inspired manner of speaking she is saddled with and the rather extreme size of her phallus, which she keeps wrapped in a condom so she can occasionally get some sustenance from her ever-leaking cock thanks to a custom-made straw. See, it's that sort of thing that makes this story so fun. It is filled with a hundred tiny details about Futanari Moans, none of which are over-explained. She actually feels like, you know, a character.

When she runs afoul of some guards, Futanari finds herself trapped within a buried tomb, forced to contend with traps and puzzles and, yes, the mummy of the title. It is very difficult to write stories in which a character is almost always alone, but Sally Bend does it with ease here, creating a fun and exciting story that has more than its share of kink. Oddly, it's the audacity of the main character and her sexuality that makes the store feel so light, and I don't mean without gravitas, but rather the spirit of whimsy that the story suggests. Even as the main character is battling ancient mummies who seem more interested in exploring her body than stalking stuffy aristocrats, there's a playfulness in both the writing and the character that makes this a pleasure to read.

I adore Sally's writing style and the floral (and sometimes outrageously explicit) touches that elevate an author from capable to very good. She honestly cares about her stories, and that care shows in the pages. When details emerge about Futanari's origins, it is done piecemeal and consciously, and is all the more effective for it. I am very excited to read more about this character and her journey of self-discovery. She is poised to be one of the great characters in tg and futa fiction, with spirit and pluck to spare. If you like a little humor in your erotica, this is a must-read, and my only real complaint is that there will certainly be a wait for the further adventures of Futanari Moans. I, for one, will be waiting!

MJ on Amazon wrote:

As soon as I saw the cover for Sally Bend’s new book I knew I would love it. The cover had the sexy, pulp look that I love in a futanari tale. Sally Bend is an intelligent writer who sets the standard with the transgender community, so between cover and writer I felt this book was a must-read.

My first impression was correct. Futanari Moans comes as advertised. The writing is really tip-top and the cover art is stupendous. Author Sally Bend tells us a story of a tomb robbery taking place deep in an ancient tomb. The crypt is rigged with booby traps that our heroine, Futanari Moans, must pass. The main character has the sexy elements of Tomb Raider plus a giant glistening piece that won’t stop spewing into a condom (for cleanliness, I presume). The plot mixes the action adventures of Raiders of the Lost Ark and Black Collossus.

I really enjoyed the hints of Futanari Moan’s troubled past sprinkled in as she takes on the sudden dangers of flying spears, drowning by sand, and poisonous dart attack. I got to know her story well as she conquers, evades, and survives. As the story progresses the drama gets freakier and yuckier but in a weirdly satisfying, sexy way.

I’m not going to spoil the payoff at the end by clumsily telling you what phantasmagoric nastiness befalls Futanari Moans but I guarantee you that if you’re a fan of futa fiction and hot action your mouth will be wide open and you’ll need a box of nearby tissues, maybe a towel.

Reed James on Goodreads wrote:

Futanari Moans is the world's only futa, which also makes her the world's only futa adventure. And today she's in Egypt. She needs to recover the hand of a mummified Egyptian queen. She'll have to brave the dangers of the tomb and do it with all the problems of being a futa.

Because she is hung, she is horny, and that means she's in constant need of some self-loving. Good thing her futa-appendage is long enough for some oral delight. But things heat up for her when she reaches the mommy and pulls off one hot hand (job).

This story is a fun read. A mix of action, adventure, and hot erotica. Even when she gets to the mummy part, Bend manages to make that part titillating. This is the start of a great futa erotica series. If you're find of imaginative erotica and hot futas, then you need to check out this well-written short!


About the Author

Sally Bend is an author, editor, columnist, and reviewer. Although shy and polite (she is, after all, Canadian), she loves to boldly and boisterously express herself through stories that bend the binaries of gender and sexuality.

Her fiction incorporates a wide range of styles, from dark horror to quirky erotica, with her favorite themes being the acceptance of gender identity and the exploration of submissive sexuality.

When she’s not reading, writing, or wandering the forest, she can be found online at http://sallybend.com.