Andy Lang Books

Thursday, 16 June 2016

A Story of Torture and Abuse!

Finding Justine - Libertine



In 1787, whilst being held prisoner in the Bastille, Marquis Donatien Alphonse Fran├žois de Sade wrote a novella entitled Les infortunes de la vertu. In 1791 the enhanced edition was published with the title Justine ou Les Malheurs de la vertu, or in English - Justine, or The Misfortunes of Virtue. This was his first published work, and on the instruction of Napoleon Bonaparte, Justine ensured that he spent the remaining 13 years of his life in prison, seemingly the book sickened the stomach as easily back then as it does today!

Let us jump forward just over 200 years and meet Earl Marcus de Silverleigh, a dot com billionaire and devotee of the Marquis and his writings.
A man of unspeakable depravity, and with the wealth to indulge even the wildest of fantasies. A man determined to re-enact de Sades sadistic masterpiece. A man driven to transpose Justine from fantasy to reality.
He simply needs to find her... and money is no object.

Theresa Vasilev is unfortunate enough to fit his vision of Justine perfectly, she is innocent, beautiful and God fearing... who better to suffer the ultimate torment. Stolen from her home in Sofia, Bulgaria, she is delivered into sexual abuse and slavery as Marcus grooms and shapes her to play the role he has cast for her.
Only one man can save her, and they have never met. Can Adam (Mr Average) Hurst stand up the Earl and dream of victory? Can Theresa survive the horrors and torture that Marcus has planed for her? Will wealth and power prove mightier that law and justice?
Find out in Finding Justine – Libertine.

For a limited time offered at only $0.99 / £0.99.

Disclaimer: This work is based upon the writings of The Marquis de Sade, and although it should not be considered as erotica, scenes of sexual sadism and torture are described.. reader discretion is advised.
Not suitable for under 18's

Take a look at the new book page from my publisher Pronoun.

Or read a sample for free via Amazon Kindle: (Click the link below)


Monday, 13 June 2016

Gondell's Quest - New cover image and re-publishing

Slowly, I am migrating my books over to Pronoun (who are now part of Macmillan), so I decided that Gondell's Quest might benefit from a new cover design. Old and new are shown below... what do you think?

New Cover
Old Cover




















Gondell the Gnome has also got his own dedicated website now goo.gl/zWxK5S with more details about the book, special offers (99 cents until 16/06 on Smashwords) and all the download links.

Why not read a sample of this Epic Fantasy for free by clicking the image below: