Swinging by Mark Brendon
The Games Your Neighbours Play

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The Games Your Neighbours Play

Your neighbours are doing it.

Your relatives are doing it.

Even your colleagues are doing it.

(Especially your colleagues.)

But what is swinging?

Despite being an activity enjoyed by millions worldwide (4 million in the US alone), little is known about the enormous subculture that exists. Turned on to swinging by a chance series of events in his life, author Mark Brendon found it to be stimulating, satisfying and emotionally rewarding, an experience totally at odds with the often cynical and always inaccurate picture presented by the media.

Opening with an orgy scene where a tetchy husband is urging his otherwise-engaged wife to ‘hurry up, the babysitter’s waiting’ this revealing and edifying book is sure to shock some but aims to paint a realistic picture of the relative normality of this style of living. Filled with case studies, conversations and bon mots Brendon expertly crafts a fascinating book that manages to be an absorbing take on social history and a stimulating work of erotica all rolled into one.

Honest, funny, thoughtful and erotic the author entertains and enlightens the reader as he describes attending parties held in clubs, on beaches and in private homes throughout Britain and beyond. He explores why, where and how your neighbours swing, outlines the subculture’s history, principles and rules and looks to a future in which swinging might just save some of our most cherished institutions – including marriage itself. Thoughtful, racy and funny, this fascinating book will appeal to experienced swingers and 'vanillas' alike.

This is the only accurate guide available; a remarkable and fascinating insight into the world of swingers by a skilled and accomplished writer.


About Mark Brendon

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Mark Brendon is a novelist, columnist and food correspondent. He has lived in France, Italy and Ireland but now works, plays, cooks and travels from a rural retreat in the West Country.
Published October 22, 2009 by The Friday Project. 382 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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