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Private Dancer review â 103 ✓ Pete wanders into a Bangkok go go bar and meets the love of his life Joy is young stunning and a pole dancer In a roller coaster ride of sex drugs and deception Pete discovers that his own very private dancer is not all she claims to be Far from being the love of his life Joy is his own personal nightmarePete wanders into a Bangkok go go bar and meets the love of his life Joy is young stunning and a pole. This is a very satisfying book and well worth the 5 I spent for it The author warned me it was of a lad's book but since I am not much of a lady I read it anywayGet ready to step into an alternate universe where anyone can be bought for the price of a cinema ticket beautiful Asian ladies and lady boys aka katoeys abound and everyone is playing a game on the board known as LifePete falls for drop dead beautiful Joy but she isn't what she seems Like that is a surprise Homegirl plays her farang like a violin all the way up until the end but these leads to murderous conseuences no one could have foreseen comingThis is a great book not only because there is an obvious amount of research Mr Leather invested but it is amazing from an anthropological and cultural stand point Well done Mr Leather; I look forward to diving in many of your gorgeous novels Us Yanks don't know what we have been missing from not discovering this awesome British writer Love it Author ofDeath Wish Book I The Vamp SagaThe Beautiful People series

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Dancer In a roller coaster ride of sex drugs and deception Pete discovers that his own very private da. A chilling story which resemble of a reportage about the dark world of Bangkok's gogo girlsPrivate Dancer tells a story of a western journalist who is stationed in Bangkok and falls hard for a gogo girl from the notorious Nana Plaza the largest legally endorsed prostitution area in BangkokThe story tells how sex and fidelity are viewed from 2 perspectives the western's notions that sex is the ultimate symbol of love where fidelity is absolute and from the lower social status Thai people who see it as merely ways to improve their poverty stricten conditionIt's appalling that there are many western men who become naively retarded after they falling under the power of the Orient the girls and seem to completely lose all sense and logic Are we really that good Or are they such losers in their own countries they are intoxicated with the attention the power of their dollars and sadly not their personality can summon in less developing dollar hungry Asian countries

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Private DancerNcer is not all she claims to be Far from being the love of his life Joy is his own personal nightmare. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who is thinking of going to Thailand for the sole purpose of picking up a bargirl for sex or even thinking of marrying one All's not what it seems for the unfortunate protaganist Pete who falls in love with the beautiful pole dancer Joy against the advice of his so called drinking buddy's at Fatso's bar Drink drugs sex violence and deception all abound in this intriguing thriller which shows the darker side of Bangkok's notorious red light districts notably the Nana Plaza complexI like the way Mr Leather has divided the book up not in chapters but sections for each character in the story so we get to know in detail every character and what they are thinking The author seems to have a lot of knowledge about the nightlife in Bangkok I know this because I used to live in Thailand many years ago Some parts of the story may be exaggerated a little to make it exciting but a lot of what goes on in the book is true many bargirls really do have Thai husbandsbeware Stephen Leather has nailed it with this book and the detail is spot onBy the way Nana Plaza didn't exist when I lived there in the 70s Patpong had no street market and the bars had only a few tourists and American Servicemen so we had the run of the place Soi Cowboy was a pleasant little tree lined Soi behind Sukumvit with only a couple of bars you could even take your wife in for a uiet drink if you wanted to and as for the Grace Hotel coffeeshop well you could write a book about that place