NSFW Book Review: Transformations – Witnesses by Wayne & Ann Triskelion

Title: Transformations: Witnesses

Author: Wayne & Ann Triskelion

Publication Date: July 2, 2018

Genres: Erotica

Shelves: Female-fronted, Female-dominant, Female-authored

Advertised as “a story of mind control and debauchery, BDSM and extreme body modification,” Transformations: Witnesses is all of that and more – with the ‘more’ getting into sensitive matters of faith, politics, identity, and consent.

The backstory here is that a religious cult calling itself the the Church of Morpheus has orchestrated a violent revolution in Cuba, transforming it into a hedonistic empire of sexual slavery and erotic excess. They are now extending their tendrils into the rest of the world, sending out whoremasters to corrupt and transform the rest of humanity. The story of this first book (there are currently 8 in the series) involves the seduction, breaking, and transformation of three Jehovah’s Witnesses who picked entirely the wrong farm at which to try and witness.

There is fetish aplenty to be found her, so much so that it almost threatens to become overwhelming. Body augmentation is a huge aspect, mostly focused on female breasts (courtesy of Titty Grow injections); mind control/manipulation is a key element as well (thanks to Sluttifier serum), involving the removal of inhibitions, the tweaking of hidden desires, and outright bimbofication; and orgasmic conditioning (literally fed Ambrosia, or whore’s milk) helps keep subjects too consumed by never-ending pleasure to even want to resist. It’s all tied up in some heavy duty bondage and domination scenarios (which do, admittedly, push the boundaries of dubious consent), and wrapped up in skin-tight latex fetish wear.

It’s all extraordinarily erotic and exciting, amusing at times and shocking at others, but what keeps it from getting repetitive is that ‘more’ I mentioned earlier. There are some really interesting discussions of faith and politics throughout the story, sprinkled with tidbits of social theory, and that nurtures a sort of intellectual appeal beneath the wish-fulfillment fantasy. It’s when the story veers into issues of identity and consent, though, as best exemplified by the character of Angela, where I found it most interesting.

Angela is a delivery driver who gets drawn into this world by an ill-timed cry for help, transformed against her will, and forced to finish her route (to avoid her absence arousing suspicion) before returning to the farmhouse. As the day goes on, she becomes more aware of her body and what it can do, slowly growing into her new role, and creating in herself a happy, sexy, wanton, dominant new identity. As the day nears an end and her master’s influence begins to fade, Sugar Tits becomes increasingly aware that Angela is still inside, and she doesn’t want to go back to being her. The battle between identities, between the freedom to pursue personal desires and the restraints of submitting to social expectations, that ensues is is exceptionally well done.

Transformations: Witnesses was, simply put, a hell of a lot of fun. I’m sure some readers will be offended by the religious aspects, and others horrified by the consent issues, but there is an exploration of sexual power and erotic agency that empowers women like Gwen and Angela, and it comes from breaking the bounds of those religious/social expectations. I’ll definitely give the next book, Experiments, a read to see how things develop, and with Return to Suburbia having just been published this month, there’s plenty of fetish and kink to follow that.

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀

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