Official Review: An Animalish Man by G. Mlynek

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Official Review: An Animalish Man by G. Mlynek

Post by pinklover » 05 Feb 2018, 09:17

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "An Animalish Man" by G. Mlynek.]
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How often do guys think about sex? What does sex mean to men? What does sex mean to women? Why does a man react to see an attractive woman? G. Mlynek wrote this book that entitled An Animalish Man that shows unusual sexual drives affects daily living. Mlynek tries to elaborate how man and woman should manage their sex drive. Sex is a gift given to human beings in order to reproduce, but not to be abused.


Ulf has a good day after successfully doing his pleasure desire. When he is cooking, he thinks of it. While driving and even at work, he did it if he thinks his body’s desire wants it. Will masturbation be giving the real satisfaction? Ulf did sex with different women, too. In his car, in the stock room, and in the place where they could satisfy their desire. But why he is satisfied when he does it alone?


One day, he found out that something is missing in his room. This event makes him realize that he did like having an animal behavior. What is missing? Why this event makes his turning point to change? To relieve himself, he walks along the city to catch some fresh air. He found himself staring at the billboard with a caption, "Do you have issues with hypersexuality? Call us!" He inquired of that organization and enrolled himself there. Ulf found out that he thinks on sex every thirteen seconds. Is this organization the answer to his uncontrollable sexual urges? How could Hexagen Scientific Experiment Institute help him manage his uncontrollable sexual drive? Later, why he was found naked with blood in his hand?


Mlynek is very realistic in choosing a scene. I don't like on some vivid scenes because it might create sexual arousal to the reader. But, I admire the author's point on, "if you want a child, choose the best father." To name a child also is very important. Is it a coincidence that Ulf's name reflects who he is? Ulf means confident, good, smart, someone who could enjoy life's pleasure, and above all, it means "a wolf".


The book is written well with five short chapters. Each scene will make the reader interested to finish it in a few hours. I did not encounter any misspelled words or typos. I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. The book is suited exclusively to all adult men and women. Parental guidance to minor is needed. The author shows an important message how sex must be done in the right way.

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Post by ParadoxicalWoman » 16 Feb 2018, 21:12

I'm curious as to what made Ulf to be a hyper sexual? I hope I'm given a chance to check out this book myself. Thank you for your review.
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Post by Sahani Nimandra » 16 Feb 2018, 21:18

Wow! This book is striking. It seem to have a lot valuable information regardless been a story. Looking forward to it! Thank you!
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Post by cristinaro » 17 Feb 2018, 10:17

From your review I could understand that this book is actually somewhere between short story and novella, perhaps between fiction and non-fiction. Can we include it in the category of erotic romance? Anyway, thank you for your review.
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Post by pinklover » 18 Feb 2018, 09:28

ParadoxicalWoman wrote:
16 Feb 2018, 21:12
I'm curious as to what made Ulf to be a hyper sexual? I hope I'm given a chance to check out this book myself. Thank you for your review.
My curiosity drives me to read this book as well as the title.
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Post by Myah Schultz » 21 Feb 2018, 13:52

Sounds like an interesting take on human sexuality. Is it research-based or more of a fiction thing?

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Post by pinklover » 22 Feb 2018, 01:07

Myah Schultz wrote:
21 Feb 2018, 13:52
Sounds like an interesting take on human sexuality. Is it research-based or more of a fiction thing?
the story was based on the author's gathered information on his travel journey. :tiphat:
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Post by Myah Schultz » 22 Feb 2018, 10:39

pinklover wrote:
22 Feb 2018, 01:07
Myah Schultz wrote:
21 Feb 2018, 13:52
Sounds like an interesting take on human sexuality. Is it research-based or more of a fiction thing?
the story was based on the author's gathered information on his travel journey. :tiphat:
Oh, ok! Thanks for the info!

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Post by pinklover » 01 Mar 2018, 08:26

Your welcome.
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Post by prinjeh18 » 02 Mar 2018, 04:43

ParadoxicalWoman wrote:
16 Feb 2018, 21:12
I'm curious as to what made Ulf to be a hyper sexual? I hope I'm given a chance to check out this book myself. Thank you for your review.
Me, too. I am curious why ULF become hyper on sexual activity. Nice review.

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Post by pinklover » 06 Mar 2018, 02:24

prinjeh18 wrote:
02 Mar 2018, 04:43
ParadoxicalWoman wrote:
16 Feb 2018, 21:12
I'm curious as to what made Ulf to be a hyper sexual? I hope I'm given a chance to check out this book myself. Thank you for your review.
Me, too. I am curious why ULF become hyper on sexual activity. Nice review.
Your right! it drags :tiphat: me to read this one.
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