Quiver

Front Cover
Penguin Random House Australia, Jan 5, 2005 - Fiction - 300 pages
1 Review
The bestselling erotic classic
Quiver is twelve interlinked short stories that explore lust and human sexuality in all their sensual manifestations. Tobsha Learner transports us into a world of love, power and obsession, often blurring the line between reality and fantasy, bringing us face-to-face with delicately observed passion and pain
Experience the angry fearlessness of youth, the pleasure of the new, sexual friction at its most primal, and the lingering fingers of a past that refuses to let go.
Witty and provocative, Quiver explores desire in all its complexity.
'Taking in the panoply of sexual desire, each tale shudders with full-frontal detail in a style that is both lyrical and forensically accurate.' Vogue
'A deliciously horny read, inventive and sexy.' Linda Jaivin
'Fairy tales for the modern upmarket urban female.' Janine Burke
'Each tale shudders with full-frontal detail in a style that is both lyrical and forensically accurate.' Megan Le Masurier

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2005)

Tobsha Learner was born in the United Kingdom and has lived in the UK, US and Australia. She has worked extensively for stage, television, radio and film. Among her plays are the highly acclaimed Glass Mermaid, Wolf, SNAG and Seven Acts of Love as Witnessed by a Cat. Her novel The Witch of Cologne was published in 2003 and a second collection of erotic stories, Tremble, in 2004.

Bibliographic information