Death Row: The Trilogy

Death Row The Trilogy The United Americas of Earth A D On the eve of his execution Death Row inmate Kerick Riley overpowers the guard and escapes the violent penal colony that has been his prison for over fifteen yea

  • Title: Death Row: The Trilogy
  • Author: Jaid Black
  • ISBN: 9781843606581
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • The United Americas of Earth 2249 A.D On the eve of his execution, Death Row inmate Kerick Riley overpowers the guard and escapes the violent penal colony that has been his prison for over fifteen years On the run to find the answers he seeks, the grim faced, gray eyed Kerick has two things on his mind revenge and woman Scientist Nellie Kan has spent the last severalThe United Americas of Earth 2249 A.D On the eve of his execution, Death Row inmate Kerick Riley overpowers the guard and escapes the violent penal colony that has been his prison for over fifteen years On the run to find the answers he seeks, the grim faced, gray eyed Kerick has two things on his mind revenge and woman Scientist Nellie Kan has spent the last several years researching a frightening disease that has manifested itself in certain populations of humans On the verge of developing a serum, Dr Kan is kidnapped by an escaped Death Row inmate and claimed as his personal sexual property Is her captor the key to the answer she seeksor a lunatic who will destroy them both

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    1. I enjoyed this erotic science fiction. It had plenty of plot and action to balance all the titillating sex. It was easy to fall into this fantasy world and watch a rare educated self-determined female try to run from male domination. Earth in the year 2249, death row inmate Kerick escapes from prison then lays eyes on scientist Nellie and he must possess her.

    2. I'm glad I read this because I'm a Jaid Black fan, but it wasn't her best.Death Row The Trilogy appears to be three stories in one book, but it is actually one longer story. There is a question at the end of this book which is answered in the subsequent short story titled "The Mastering" which is published in the separate anthology book called "Enchained." I suggest reading them together.Death Row The Trilogy was pretty good. Definitely full of erotic scenes. It takes place on earth in the futur [...]

    3. My review in this book is accidentally deleted, so I will write again what I rememberedThis book is composed of three serials, which are all connected from one another. It is in the world where the male to female ratio is 500 to 1. There are many encounters of female subjugation, cartel and used as sexual gratification. I wish that instead of this scenarios, the females should be revered and not dominated by men with chauvinistic attitudes.There are many subplots, each character have their own s [...]

    4. Death Row takes place in about the year 2249. The world is an interesting place combine of three races – male, female or sub-human. Men are the dominate race and a bit piggish. Women on the other hand are in very short supply (like 1 woman for every 500 men) and as such they have become more of a possession, often sold to the highest bidder to become a man’s play thing. Finally there are sub-humans and these are humans who have been infected with a disease which changes them into a zombie li [...]

    5. Interesting premise and very entertaining - once I got past the "mastering" of women by the men who claimed ownership of them. This is not an uncommon concept in some of Jaid Black's books but I found it a little tiresome at times. Nevertheless I found myself liking Kerick and his friends and the growing relationship between Nellie and Kerick. The mystery surrounding the virus and the serum needed to save those affected was nicely presented with bits of information spread throughout the story - [...]

    6. 3.5. This book is written in the future, which is not really my preference. However, it's not completely unbelievable so that wasn't a huge problem for me. The sex scenes were hot but I felt disconnected from most of the characters. Nellie and her man were central to the story, so I felt connected to them. However, the others were more prominent than typical secondary characters because they had their own action scenes, sex scenes, and problems. But, their characters were never emotionally devel [...]

    7. It's been a week since I read this but I surprisingly didn't hate it.I did have some issues I can't really remember what they were right now.other than one (view spoiler)[ The fact that her father was turned into one of the creatures towards the end. At no point did they ever say that men were changed instantly, where as women they did show that it took a while from infection till they changed. (hide spoiler)]They also never explained why (view spoiler)[she was the genetic Eve for them that hone [...]

    8. I wanted to like this book. Really I did. It was just a poor excuse for a book. I usually like Jaid Black for her eroticism. But this was just neandrathul meet scientist rubibish. And was left with a couple of unanswerd questions. Yes there was some hot sexbut it certainltly wasn't the hottest stuff I have read. And for a woman that was so s un isn to men, she just trusted and fell way to quickly if you ask me!! So onto the next book (not one in this series) it is for me.

    9. AAA super pissed because I just wrote an entire review then lost it, soo here we go again. This book was super hot, to me, however not everyone can read about woman being treated as pets and sex slaves. Apparently that is all woman are good for in this futuristic world. There is also a rape scene that might not suit everyone. Look these thing don't stop me from enjoying a book and they didn't. It certainly tested my comfort zones, but I like that. So i would give this 3.5 stars

    10. This is supposed to be a trilogy. Three convicts escape from maximum security. I wrongly assumed each short story would focus on one convict in particular. It's really just one story focusing on Kerick and his quest to find a mate. He finds Nellie- a scientist- who is working on a serum to cure a horrible plague happening in their time (2250 AD). Not a cohesive story at all- it jumps around a lot and could have been much better had the author had more focus.

    11. I enjoy sci-fi erotica as much as anyone else. If you want hot sex scenes Black definitely DOES NOT disappoint but there were a lot of things I felt where missing from the story. Like more explanation about people who turned into those creatures for one thing.This book did surprise me though because it kept me reading.

    12. First book I've read of Blacks. Liked it more than expected. Third story did leave off with a bit of a cliffhanger. I wish I knew whether she continued the story in another book. Worthwhile.

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