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ProsEntertaining comedy of excess. ConsStrong language, sexual references. ConsStrong language, sexual references. A wild and fun page turner. ConsNot recommended for minors.

The dominatrix scenes with Serena are much more about testing male/female psychological boundaries, but no less dirty and disturbing. The bdsm art pictures problem is, drugs. In all fairness, the time frame of the book is through the mid-00s, during what could be one the most isolated and paranoid times in American history.

It\'s not as somber as it sounds in fact, certainly one of the impressive things concerning this novel is how a author manages to inject humor at each dark turn. Isolating the primary narrative thread in PERMANENT OBSCURITY, it\'s mostly a comedy of excess or a \"cautionary tale\" farce. Serena may be taking out Craigslist ads as a dominatrix as a means of getting by then lucks out as a fetish model with Dolores as her primary photographer. . PERMANENT OBSCURITY: Or a Cautionary Tale of Two Girls and Their Misadventures with Drugs, Pornography and Death by Dolores Santana (as told to Richard Perez).

BOOK REVIEW by Gianna PorcelliAppropriating the form of the sexploitation novel (think of PIMP by Iceberg Slim), Richard Perez\'s PERMANENT OBSCURITY tells the tale of two women \"on the outs\" -- that\'s to say, broke or destitute. )PERMANENT OBSCURITY is definitely not a book recommended for minors, having its shocking level of F bombs and fetishistic pornographic situations, many unheard of by most readers. This is not really a mainstream book due to its subject matter and language. It\'s not as somber since it sounds in fact, among the impressive things about this novel is how the author manages to inject humor each and every dark turn.



But that is not necessarily a bad thing. In this climate of fear and self-loathing and isolationism, PERMANENT OBSCURITY tells the seedy yarn of Dolores and Serena, two East Village archetypes, who puff and snort their approach to infamy after committing an act of Abu Ghraib-style one-upsmanship using a perverted twist. In all fairness, the time frame of it is through the mid-00s, during what might be one the most isolated and paranoid times in American history.

In ClosingThis novel deserves to find an audience. . . The way I see it, there\'s no doubt: if you really want to savor a male chastity belt for the full, then locking your man inside a steel chastity belt becomes almost unavoidable.

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