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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? Because Deanna has a secret, she has the desire to kill people or more accurately put obsession with murder. Some people get aroused during sex, Deanna gets aroused fantasizing about killing people. She's killed before and decided that for the sake of the town she lives in she will lock herself up and never go outside again so she sits at her computer and makes her living only interacting with Simon who locks her up every night so she doesn't have the urge to open the door and kill someone and Jeremy who delivers her packages and gets a simple, `Leave the package. Thank you' every single time, no face to face contact just words spoken through the door.
You might ask yourself how did she manage to lock herself up in her apartment and have no one miss her? You see, Deanna has no family anymore her mother, father, and siblings are all dead, murdered by her mother and Deanna has developed her mother's psychotic thoughts. Her clients think they know her, that she's a college student who has a life outside of her apartment but they are just fabrications, no one really knows who the true Deanna is.
Jessica. Not my real name. He thought he knew me. They all thought they knew me. Loc. 14
As the book goes on you get to meet her clients and one client sticks out more than the rest. Deanna over the years has met some interesting character guys who like anal play, guys that are into humiliation, but she has an issue with clients that are pedophiles and while some clients in the past have shown these tendencies, she has a feeling that her new client: RalphMA35 wants to hurt a little girl named Annie. Usually these types of clients don't mention names they just have a certain fantasy they want to act out in their minds, but he doesn't just want pink and ruffles and innocence he wants Annie and with the introduction of Annie everything changes for Deanna.
This book is written extraordinarily well and what really helps you connect with the characters is that it's told from more than one view, however the first person view of Deanna's character really helps you to develop a connection with her and feel what she feels. In this book you take a journey through the mind of Deanna and the changes she begins to go through in the book and the one defining moment that changes everything about the way she feels and the way she is. If I could I would give this book a rating of 6 instead of just 5. I love this book and I also loved Blindfolded Innocence which is also written by Alessandra Torre. So if you are looking for something different and unique I highly recommend that you read The Girl in 6E, you won't be disappointed; I know I wasn't.
Much of the book is spent setting up the life of Jessica, how she lives without going outside, who her clients are, and her daily routine. For about the first half of the book, I was intrigued but wondering where in the world the book was going...until you get there. What happens when Jessica's little world is set askew by an AMBER alert. You become accustom the Jessica's world, how she lives, why she does what she does. You become unreasonably comfortable with the way things are and then you along with Jessica are abruptly forced to face many of the things that you have been hiding from.
This book is probably not for everyone, as it was pretty crazy. It's only erotic in sense of description and Jessica's choice of career. The book itself is more of a psycho-erotic thriller. I am cannot wait to find out where the sequel is going to go, because while you are not left hanging, Jessica's story is clearly not over.
And even though I had this book sitting on my shelf for months, I just didn't know if I wanted to read it. It sounded so different from what she normally wrote. I didn't want to "not" like something she had written.
Finally after not being able to take not knowing what I was missing I dove in.
Holy CRAP!!! This book was amazing!!
Was it different? YES!
That is what I loved about it. I have since then read it several more times. And look forward to this story continuing!
Alessandra successfully demonstrated how one could live as a shut-in, without ANY human contact for over three-years. How Jess effectively preyed on the weaknesses of others and bartered with regular clients in order to live this life and essentially fulfill all of her needs. I don't want to give anything away, so I'm going to end this by simply saying that: this was a disturbing story that showed despite all of the darkness one could still move into the light and truly find redemption.
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