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Whore Paperback – November 30, 2004
Four girls on a trip to Paris suddenly find themselves in a high-stakes game of Truth or Dare that spirals out of control. Learn More
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The actions of the narrator's parents are characterized as even more caustic and psychologically brutal than those of her clients. In fact, a number of times she concedes the positive aspects (if one can call them that) of her profession, while the tirades against her parents continue unabated.
Other topics mentioned in the novel are;
the lives of prostitutes are, on average, no more dangerous than workers in other professions.
the character debunks psychiatry and highlights the ridiculousness of assuming one can know the true feelings, motivations and fears of another person.
These and other ideas are overshadowed by the long, stream of consciousness paragraphs with plenty of commas. This writing style can be difficult to endure, especially with the topic matter, but it merits reading if only to challenge many common beliefs regarding human interaction, whether it is sex for money or parental responsibility or the adolescent's journey to adulthood.
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Horrible, horrible, horrible. She's hot! but she sure can't write worth a crap. I use to work in the adult industry and was eager to hear other stories, but i've met girls like... Read morePublished on March 17, 2006 by Montgomery Kubecheski
There is nothing to say about this monotonous, vain novel except that every page disappoints. "Whore" is loathsomely repetitive, unimaginative and, throughout, choking on its own... Read morePublished on July 9, 2005 by David Blanton
I got to page 34 of, out of 172, before finally giving up on this piece of trash. I'm not commenting on the subject. Read morePublished on March 1, 2005 by Nick Santa Rosa