Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong: a Yellow Peril Triptych

Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong: a Yellow Peril Triptych

  • ISBN-13: 9781520433226
  • Author: F. Paul Wilson
  • Publisher: Independently published
  • Publication date: 2017-01-21
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 119
  • $11.32

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"I’m absolutely in love with “Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong”... thank God for F. Paul Wilson. Another masterstroke," (Bookgasm) SEX SLAVES OF THE DRAGON TONG - a Yellow Peril triptych - contains the title story, plus "Part of the Game," and the all-new "Dragon Tongue" - a trio of interconnected tales set in 1938 in San Francisco's Chinatown. Pulp fiction at its very best. " 'Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong'... captures the real essence of the pulps." (Publisher's Weekly) " 'Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong' and 'Part of the Game'... Taken together, they form a larger and more satisfying work than many writers deliver in a whole novel... as well as a great example of Wilson's talent with character and setting." (SFRevu) " 'Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong' is a fully realized throwback to the heyday of the 'yellow-peril' tale. But what else can you expect from the creator of Repairman Jack, a Shadow-like figure himself, and the best example of the pulp mentality operating in the modern day? (Green Man Reviews) Yellow Peril… how can a phrase that reeks so of racism and paranoia yield a body of fiction so… cool? The term originated in the late nineteenth century. Chinese immigrants were flooding our western shore and spreading throughout the country at a time when their homeland was growing more and more militaristic. Could this mass immigration be a silent first wave of an eventual invasion? Chinese villains became regulars in the penny dreadfuls. In 1913 Sax Rohmer created the paradigm for all oriental evil from then on: Fu-Manchu... (from the Foreword)

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