Story Of O - Story of O (Paperback)
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Story Of O - Story of O (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages
Published: 30/01/1976
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The classic French erotic bestseller that preceded Fifty Shades of Grey

A beautiful young French woman, known only as 'O', is taken by her lover Rene to a splendid mansion near Paris. Here, she is initiated into an elite secret society, where she must learn to serve the sexual fantasies of Rene and his fellow members. But she must also explore the nature of her own darkest desires - and confront just how far she is willing to go for love...

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9780552089302
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 199 g
Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 17 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"'A rare thing, a pornographic book well written and without a trace of obscenity' * Graham Greene *
'A remarkable piece of work' * Harold Pinter *
A highly literary and imaginative work, the brilliance of whose style leaves one in no doubt whatever of the author's genius...a profoundly disturbing book, as well as a black tour-de-force * Spectator *
Here all kinds of terrors await us, but like a baby taking its mother's milk all pains are assuaged. Touched by the magic of love, everything is transformed. Story of O is a deeply moral homily * J.G. Ballard *

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“Sorry, I just don't get it...”

Possibly the worst book I've read for ages...actually I haven't finished it. I didn't find it erotic; it was more brutal than tantilising. I found the story weak and the plot-line virtually non-existent.

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