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Product Details

  • Series: A Deanna Madden Novel
  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Redhook (January 27, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316404411
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316404419
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (273 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,667,793 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"A.R. Torre's The Girl in 6E lifts the veil on the dark, erotic world of camming, but the book contains so many more surprises than that. At the novel's core, a tender heart beats, and the increasingly suspenseful pages fly by as its deepest secrets are revealed. This is a taut, edgy, thrill ride, powerfully gripping and impossible to turn away from."—David Bell, author of Never Come Back and Cemetery Girl

"Dark, edgy, and thrilling in a completely unexpected way."—Lisa Renee Jones, New York Times bestselling author of The Inside Out series

"An incredible debut. Gritty, unique, primal, full of angst, oddly feminist, and right up my alley. The Girl in 6E deviates from formulaic romance to deliver something truly special and worthy of praise and attention. A dark soul like me isn't often surprised by controversy or taboo subject matter, but this book delivers and I'll be reading more A.R. Torre books in the future. Kudos!"—CJ Roberts, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Dark Duet

"The Girl in 6E is uniquely twisted and captivates from the beginning. The premise is entirely original, as are the characters and the pacing. The main character may be a cold killer, but inside is a woman with a soul who sacrifices everything to keep from unleashing herself on the world.... Torre has written a beautifully warped thriller that will be staying with this reviewer for a long time to come."—RT Book Reviews, Top Pick! (4.5 stars)

"A taut thriller unlike any suspense novel today."—The Quincy Herald-Whig

About the Author

A.R. Torre is an open pseudonym for New York Times and USA Today bestselling erotica author Alessandra Torre.

Alessandra lives in the southern United States and is married, with one young child. She enjoys reading, spending time with her family, and playing with her dogs. Her favorite authors include Lisa Gardner, Dean Koontz, and Jennifer Crusie.

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Customer Reviews

The main characters were well developed and interesting.
Bleu Moon
I started this book and could not put it down it kept me very intrigued and at the edge of my seat until the very end!!
Although this was one dark and twisted read, I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good thriller.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Rose's Book Blog on April 16, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
***If you are looking for a book about sex and romance this isn't the book for you. You should know that going into this book it's unlike any other book you've read before and it's very unique but don't give this book a bad review because you were expecting hot sex and romance***

This is actually my second time reading this book and unlike with some books it's even more enjoyable the second time around than it was the first. Knowing a little more about what the story was about and what to expect allowed me the second time around to really READ the story. I love this book it's totally and completely unique and I have not read any book that even begins to compare to this book. It was so different from what I read and I LOVED every second of it and would read it again. This book has officially become part of my top 10 favorite books I have read this year so far and will stay in my top 10 for a long time to come.

In this story we meet Deanna Martin but she no longer goes by the name of Deanna she currently goes by the name of Jessica Manchild. Jessica is an online sex cammer who charges $6.99 a minute who's only human interaction are her clients on the internet, Simon her neighbor, and Jeremy the UPS delivery man. What I loved about this book were the clients and her interaction with them, every client is different and at the beginning of each of the client sessions tells you a little about the type of client they are and their interaction with one another. Deanna has her whole life set up for her; she never leaves her apartment, all her food and supplies are delivered to her, and she hasn't been outside of her apartment in three years. Why hasn't she been outside of her apartment for the past three years?
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By W. Perry Hall on July 11, 2014
Format: Hardcover
I just noticed upon a quick scan over other reviews that most are penned by females, the large majority of whom have written reviews of novels in the erotica genre, a class I've not yet tapped. While my gender (male)/sexual preference (female/wife) certainly lend no extra credence to my review, the combo may provide a potential reader a different perspective.

THE GIRL IN 6E is a 4.5 star suspense novel that kept me spellbound, boiling and bothered.

While certain aspects of this book appear to border on fantasy, and I would have liked to explore further the Girl's character, this book was fun, a frisky tryst from some of the heavier lit on the market, as suspenseful as today's typical fare in the genre and certainly MUCH more arousing.

Ms. Torre changed her name to "A.R." from Alessandra for this book, ostensibly so it would not be viewed as purely in the erotica genre (like her last several novels). This is not erotica, though I am guessing it has a number of the same elements.

A.R. Torre's writing made the Girl in 6E, the protagonist Jess/Deanna, come to life before my internal dilated pupils, dry mouth and accelerating heartbeat. Ms. Torre's future is in the bright lights if she can continue the hard task of blending erotica into suspense. She undeniably has the special combination of writing talent, creativity and pure heat to deliver a blockbuster as good as or maybe better than Gillian Flynn's. She's well on her way.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Novel Seduction on April 16, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I freaking loved this book! I can't tell you how excited I was when I was finished and thought I can't wait to tell everyone about this story! It is so different than most of what is out there! (yes, all of the exclamation points are very necessary) Don't let the blurb scare you. I was fine with it, but I can see how for some it may seem a bit much. Just trust me on this one and read it! The psychotic and psychological part of, The Girl in 6E, was dark and interesting. You hear of these people with strange fetishes that spend all of their money on phone/internet sex but do you ever wonder why they do this? What got them to this point? Well, Alessandra Torre gives you a view into this world. Also, did I expect Jessica to have psychoses as well? No! But holy s*** does she have issues.

"My secret, my obsession is worse than any of theirs. To contain it, I do the only thing I can. I lock myself up. And in doing so, keep myself, and everyone else, safe."

The sex camming is really only one small piece of a very large puzzle. (A very lucrative piece, for sure) Jessica is very smart and super observant due to the lifestyle she has chosen to live. She has managed to keep resources at hand. Such as, online food ordering, a hacker friend/clinet, a medical professional, an understanding yet curious delivery man and an addict neighbor. All of these people are critical to Jessica's existance and the way she manipulates them was genius!

This book is written in several different POVs, which kept it interesting and suprising. I never wanted to put it down while I was reading it. The story takes an amazing turn that had my stomach in knots, my brow perspiring and biting my nails. I really don't want to give anything away so you'll just have to read it to find out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KGR on August 4, 2014
Format: Hardcover

I was thoroughly intrigued during the first fifty pages or so. Between the world of camming (which hasn't been done to death) and Deanna's tortuous past, I couldn't wait to see where it was going to go. It also helped that the reviews were, for the most part, very good. But, between the fiftyish-page mark and about page 130, it began to drone on about the same things, just a repeat of her thoughts and why she was the way she was, etc. The point where it truly lost me was page 146, when she tries to kill Jeremy, the UPS man, and his reaction is arousal.?. Too unbelievable. But, I kept reading. The book did not redeem itself as I had hoped it would. She 'rather easily' finds Annie and rescues her, only to go back to 'kill her abductor', telling me that her desire to kill is stronger than her desire to get Annie back to her parents. But she is unable to kill him, until it becomes her life or his. On page 292, she stabs 'Ralph' and he says, "You little bitch". Normal enough reaction, but that's where it ends. That is followed by more than 2 pages of narrative, more about her taking a life and her need for blood.

I commend the author for the effort she put into the research on camming, but there were a couple times where the story felt self-indulgent, as if the author was looking for validation for her work and new-found knowledge on the subject. Fortunately, that aspect didn't dominate the book, but it did take from the flow of the story.

I felt that this book held promise in the beginning, but later in the book began to feel as though the author hadn't mapped the plot out well enough and began throwing things into the mix. There were many unbelievable aspects from the cybersexing geek willing to risk prosecution for the favors he grants, to the authorities letting Annie's story rest with no more than a lame account of her return. Did not rise to the hype I had heard.
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