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by Michael Gleich

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ISBN:
1935509667
Author:
Michael Gleich
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Boner Books (December 15, 2009)
Pages:
162 pages
EPUB book:
1372 kb
FB2 book:
1458 kb
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1320 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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333


Hard drinking men, horse-hung with buff bodies hang out at Madam Woo's, a tavern on a seedy wharf that caters to their special needs. And these men need only one thing.

Hard drinking men, horse-hung with buff bodies hang out at Madam Woo's, a tavern on a seedy wharf that caters to their special needs.

If you enjoy the gay erotic art work of such artists as, Tom of Finland, you will love reading about the characters in Sarge and the Sailor Boy. These well built cops, marines, sailors, construction workers, dock workers and firemen, pop from the page and perform for you with non-stop action. Hard drinking men, horse-hung with buff bodies hang out at Madam Woo's, a tavern on a seedy wharf that caters to their special needs. Hard drinking men, horse-hung with buff bodies hang out at Madam Woo's, a tavern If you enjoy the gay erotic art work of such artists as, Tom of Finland, you will love reading about the characters in Sarge and the Sailor Boy.

Michael Blackburn (born 27 May 1970 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian Olympic medallist and sailor. He is well known for his crossing of Bass Strait in a Laser dinghy

Michael Blackburn (born 27 May 1970 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian Olympic medallist and sailor. He is well known for his crossing of Bass Strait in a Laser dinghy. He did so on 9 March 2005 in a record time (for sailing) of 13 hours 1 minute. In March 2005, he was ranked 3rd in the world in the Laser, behind Robert Scheidt of Brazil and Paul Goodison of Great Britain, and ahead of Mark Mendelblatt of the United States. Hard drinking men, horse-hung with buff bodies hang out at Madam Woo’s, a tavern on a seedy wharf that caters to their special needs.

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Michael T. Gilbert is an American comic book artist and writer know for his range of contributions to the comic industry, including writing/drawing characters as diverse as Superman, Batman, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse. Gilbert is an American comic book artist and writer know for his range of contributions to the comic industry, including writing/drawing characters as diverse as Superman, Batman, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse and Bart Simpson, as well as is contributions to Heavy Metal and his work on Legends of the Dark Knight. Comic adaptations of Michael Moorcock's stories and novels have been appearing since the mid-'70s, so it's about time that a publisher finally took on the task of reprinting them in a unified format; however, Titan Books is doing themselves, Moorcock, and the fans a disservice so far with their "Michael Moorcock Library".

The Sailor Boy. He rose at dawn and fired with hope, Shot o’er the seething harbor-bar . And while he whistled long and loud He heard a fierce mermaiden cry, ‘O boy, tho’ thou are young and proud, I see the place where thou wilt lie. He rose at dawn and fired with hope, Shot o’er the seething harbor-bar, And reach’d the ship and caught the rope, And whistled to the morning star. ‘The sands and yeasty surges mix In cave s about the dreary bay, And on thy ribs the limpet sticks, And in thy heart the scrawl shall play. ‘Fool,’ he answer’d, ‘death is sure To those that stay and those that roam, But I will nevermore endure To sit with empty hands at home.

The Sailor Boys would like to wish HAPPY BIRTHDAY to these beauties !!!! Always turned up and ready to fuck shit up !!! .

The Sailor Boys would like to wish HAPPY BIRTHDAY to these beauties !!!! Always turned up and ready to fuck shit up !!! CHEERS !!!! Hope you guys are not too hungover this morning.

If you enjoy the gay erotic art work of such artists as, Tom of Finland, you will love reading about the characters in Sarge and the Sailor Boy. These well built cops, marines, sailors, construction workers, dock workers and firemen, pop from the page and perform for you with non-stop action. Hard drinking men, horse-hung with buff bodies hang out at Madam Woo's, a tavern on a seedy wharf that caters to their special needs. And these men need only one thing. Sex every which way they can get it.
  • Lucam
Anytime Michael Gleich puts pen to paper, the reader is guaranteed a journey into a world so developed, so rich, so alive that they cannot put the book down until the final page is turned. In Sarge and the Sailor Boy, Gleich has done it once again.

Taking us into a world unfamilar to most, Gleich makes us comfortable. His writing pulls the reader into the story and makes us wonder - just what adventure will happen next. As the stories evolve, you have no choice but to keep reading. Michael Gleich creates a world so vibrant, so animated, that when the book is done you're very reluctant to leave. He has that wonderful gift of making the reader wanting more.
  • Cordaron
Really hot story!! Lots of action on almost every page. Hope there is a sequel to Sarge and the Sailor Boy.