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- Print Length: 406 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 18, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01442G67A
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #774,147 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Scintillating, thought provoking and sexy. If you've never read any books in the BDSM genre this would be a good start for beginners.
I knew what I was getting into with Entropy, I went into this reading from a very open perspective, knowing I was going to be reading about cheating and a different type of book when it came to BDSM. Entropy is written in third person, which is sort of a relief when it comes to the characters. I never got into their heads, I never agreed with them at all actually, but I really enjoyed watching the entire book play out from an outside perspective. Lisa is a shallow, vain, mean character and more than anything, she's unhappy and she doesn't even know it. Sir is the man behind the screen, we don't know how he looks, we don't know his voice, but we know Lisa bends to him in every way. Smith takes Entropy a step farther than most books though, it's lengthy and tangled, especially as Lisa's life before Sir unravels. There's heartache, loss, health complications, and more. As complicated as real life is, Entropy wasn't really an escape from the norm, but rather a close up fictional study of how it works.
Smith's writing is different than the norm, when it comes to romance and BDSM novels readers aren't used to a more literary style. It's filled with words, descriptive, almost play-like. It's slow to read, but the pacing of the novel works, especially as it introduces you to the start of the next novel. Entropy is about a modern affair, one that maybe before wouldn't be called cheating, but absolutely is now. Smith takes on the subjects of human nature, self-discovery, death, and even psychology. Readers interested in a break from the norm of usual romance and erotica novels with find a nice escape with Entropy, but don't say I didn't warn you when you start to evaluate your own life and choices.
I may even know Lisa if she's not just from the author's imagination. We follow many but rarely know what's going on in DM's unless they role play as some do. The BDSM side is a very tight crew and very untrusting to those they don't know very well. I've made a few friends but found most very dramatic and saw lots of jealousy and cattiness. Very few "sir's" and their "subs/slaves" last very long. Maybe because it's too intense or many just come from dysfunctional backgrounds where few trust and have relationship issues. For some, it's just about fantasy and not really the lifestyle as it was for me.
Oddly, I noticed when real life gets better, twitter life isn't as important. I spend more time on what I call my "normal" account now than I do on the account that has thousands of followers and I pretend to be an older valley girl kinds of slut :D Now, when I visit that account, I just want to tell a stupid joke or let off some steam. The BDSM part seems kind of silly but at one time it was very exciting and another world unlike real life. Today, I couldn't see someone telling me what to do and can't believe I did at one time.
The author captured this kink side of twitter very well. I am very surprised that there aren't more books like this yet.
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Genre: BDSM Romance
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