First published in , Eat Me became an instant international bestseller—and caused a scandal in the is a photographer, Chantal edits a fashion. Praise. “Eat Me is the sexiest thing to come out of Australia since Mel Gibson. And it’s funnier, too.” –Glamour “[Jaivin’s] light touch prompts even. Making fun of both cliches about single women and conventions for erotica, Eat Me follows their love lives and the stories they tell one another about them.
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Enjoyable read that came highly recommended to me. Maybe it was recommended to me, maybe the title grabbed me Dec 17, Jennifer rated it it was amazing.
Philippa is soon forgiven, though, as her friends note that she’s as generous in print with her own past as with theirs. Nov 08, Mandy rated it really liked it. Some of it is genuinely pretty hot, but more of it is also just laughable.
All I know is that I don’t ever want to read it again, for one reason: Deliciously naughty and eeat a woman’s point of view.
First published inEat Me became an instant international bestseller—and caused a scandal in the US. And that is saying A LOT! I was fourteen and I apologize.
Or my personal favourite – rough sex behind the Goulburn Merino.
A bit raunchy and scandalous in a fun kind of way. But the individual scenes are amongst the most outrageous ever composed in Australian literature.
If slight, however, it is also fun, a pleasant afternoon’s entertainment. Read it Forward Read it first. For chrissakes, there’s a kiss that jaivln for several pages, going into such ridiculous, hilarious detail that it’s clear the author is ext more then a little cheeky. At least not in the traditional sense. In this eye-popping first novel–a bestseller in both the United States and Australia–Linda Jaivin invites readers to overhear what women really talk about when they talk about sex.
And who is Ava? They clash a bit and the ending is somewhat weak. But this definitely was way more than I bargained for! To view it, click here. Y’know, just a pointer. Additionally, there was this whole convoluted plot line towards the end, a book inside a book, that was just unnecessary. We are experiencing technical difficulties. OK this book pre-dates Sex and ear City and as such maybe eay may have been challenging once; now it seems so dated and incredibly boring.
This is an amazing book. No Sleep till Doomsday.
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Extract from Eat Me. Her first novel was the internationally bestselling comic erotic Eat Me. If you have an Aussie friend ideally one with an arts degree who couldn’t stop themselves reading 50 Shades, this is a good choice.
It is in fact a work of extreme raunchy wit by a clever satirist who knows to aim for the absurd to make things that more interesting. With a new introduction by Krissy Kneen, author of Affection and Triptych.
Considering she’s jjaivin written Rock’n’Roll Babes From Outerspacethe novel equivalent of the bizarrest of the bizarre sleazy B-movies, just reinforces the fact. The Monkey and the Dragon. Jun 27, Jay rated it it was ok Shelves: Share Eat Me via: Shopping Special offers Gift cards Information for shoppers.
There are four lady mr, and they all date around, deal with new boyfriends, exes, overlapping dating, etc. I liked how the author switched narrators so you got in everyone’s head. I have to say, though Every once and awhile, after reading something or several things really thoughtful or heavy, or that I just feel take a lot of reading energy, I like to pick up some fluff that I know I can blow through in a day or two.
I have to say, though, I didn’t javin find anything that risque or even all that interesting about it.