This politics of pleasure story revolves around the question of whether there really is another level of female pleasure called morgasm. Two sisters trying to save each other explore a sex coaching group that makes some dubious claims.
The story is written so as not to be exploitive of either its characters or its readers. More than just a fun read, it offers a fresh lexicon of pleasure for those readers sophisticated enough to appreciate its subtle implications.
These are some quotes from some of the reviews:
"a good book for a Book Club discussion"
"The term 'sponge crushers' is intriguing."
"very tongue in cheek with plenty of humor"
"a fast-paced mysterious storyline"
"the twist at the end was great"
"liked the original voice of the narrator"
"the author must be a really good listener to be able to put such smooth and authentic internal dialogue together"
"subtle clever prose"
"I could tell from the start that this wasn't going to be business as usual"
"sure to stoke some controversial fires"
"it was just like stepping inside somebody's head"
The author's previous work, the Wall Street "gang of spielers" novel ZombieStop Parade has been favorably reviewed by the likes of, Midwest Book Review, Hartford Books Examiner, San Francisco Book Review, Bookpleasures, The U.S. Review of Books, and The New Podler Review, among others.
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Published November 19, 2011
Literature & Fiction.