I haven't touched another person in three years.
That seems like it would be a difficult task, but it's not. Not anymore, thanks to the internet.
My anonymous clients spend thousands of dollars to watch me take my clothes off for the camera. What they want, I give. Their secrets, I keep.
Everything I tell them is a lie.
Open the door to this year's most shocking thriller.
©2014 A.R. Torre (P)2014 Hachette Audio
"An incredible debut. Gritty, unique, primal, full of angst, oddly feminist, and right up my alley. The Girl in 6E deviates from formulaic romance to deliver something truly special and worthy of praise and attention. A dark soul like me isn't often surprised by controversy or taboo subject matter, but this book delivers and I'll be reading more A.R. Torre books in the future. Kudos!" (CJ Roberts, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Dark Duet)
"Dark, edgy, and thrilling in a completely unexpected way." (Lisa Renee Jones, New York Times best-selling author of The Inside Out series")
"A.R. Torre's The Girl in 6E lifts the veil on the dark, erotic world of camping, but the book contains so many more surprises than that. At the novel's core, a tender heart beats, and the increasingly suspenseful pages fly by as its deepest secrets are revealed. This is a taut, edgy, thrill ride, powerfully gripping and impossible to turn away from." (David Bell, author of Never Come Back and Cemetery Girl)
Kind of ridiculous, but still a fun listen. I bought this title because it was in Audible's list: "The Next Gone Girl?", this was much more predictable than Gone Girl- still had a few surprises.
This book is listed in Mysteries & Thrillers> Suspense, but should probably be Mysteries & Thrillers > Suspense > Erotica. Will the "virgin" cyber sex star with serious psychological issues of her own become a hero? And will she find true love? And if all that happens- can she save herself?
Well I'm not telling :)
This is my first time...
To compliment the narrator first. She made the Girl protagonist, Jess/Deanna, come to life, leap out of the speakers live before my internal dilated pupils, dry mouth and accelerating heartbeat.
While certain aspects of this book appear to border on fantasy, and I would have liked to explore further the Girl's character, this book was fun, a frisky tryst from some of the heavier lit on the market, as suspenseful as today's typical fare in the genre and certainly MUCH more arousing.
Ms. Torre changed the derivation of her name to A.R. from Alessandra for this book, ostensibly so it would not be viewed as purely in the erotica genre (like her last several novels). This is not erotica, though I am guessing it has a number of the same elements. A.R. Torre has a bright future if she can continue the hard task of blending erotica into suspense. She undeniably has the special combination of writing talent, creativity and pure heat to deliver a blockbuster as good as or maybe better than Gillian Flynn's. She's well on her way.
Crazy, sexy, cool.
The Girl in 6E, of course. She's crazy/sexy/smart/beautiful and can handle a knife. Why else wouldn't I love her?
Her voice was perfectly fitting and wonderful to listen to throughout.
Great job! Definitely looking for more by A.R. Torre.
I thought that the narrator did an outstanding job portraying the main character - I really felt like I knew her. I can't imagine reading "leave it, thank you" and getting the same feel of the character as I did from the narrator saying it
The main character was my favorite. She had quite a unique perspective and really kept me engaged with the story
Her inflection with the words made it better than I would have in reading it on my own
I will say that the book was fairly sexually explicit at times, though as long as you can handle a little bit of it I hope it does not make others think twice about choosing this book. The sexually explicit scenes are in the guise of character development and are really not the main focus of the book
A review for this book talked about the "unpredictable twists and turns." That reviewer must have read a different book entirely. The plot was utterly predictable. The "erotic" parts were gross and overly graphic. I'm no prude, but I just felt dirty listening to this as I ran errands etc.
She was fine, considering the material. Her pronunciation of "hands" and "heeeeands" and "cam" and "ceeeeeam" got under my skin.
Not an intelligent read, by any means. A few steps above "50 Shades."
The narrator did such a great job. I will be looking for more books she has done. The story was dark but good.
This book was extremely entertaining and very well put together! The book was a recommendation of an Audible.com representative and it did not disappoint. It would had gotten 5 stars all around if it had spent more time with the action aspect of it but all in all it was tremendously entertaining. I know some have put it down for some of the content but the content is necessary for the setup. I would've liked a resolution in the main area but maybe this leaves the door open for a sequel?
I couldn't stop listening..I love how the layers of the story slowly unfolded. It kept me guessing, wondering and hoping. I am very happy I listened to this audio! This was first from this author and I want more from her.
I would definitely listen to The Girl in 6E again, because it's a suspense novel and I feel like I would be able to pick up on more clues and understand the story even more a second time around. I'm sure there are all kinds of details that I miss out on, because the story was moving so quickly.
My favorite character was definitely Jessica. I wanted to know everything about her and to understand her obsession. She was just so interesting and kept me reading to find out more about her. My second favorite character would definitely have to be the UPS guy, and then third would be her client who was the hacker. I feel like there is more to his story and I hope we find out what it is in book 2.
Although she changed her voice a few times for this character, which bugged me to no end, my favorite character she read for was Jessica. I feel like either Jorjeana couldn't hammer down what voice to use for her in the beginning, or she just couldn't pick it up right away between taking breaks from her character, but she changed her voice a few times. One voice would be seductive, the next would sound murderous, and the next sounded like the narrators regular voice. It was just hard to keep up that all these voices were for the same character, but eventually either Jorjeana settled on one voice or I just got used to them all.
I definitely did have some extreme reactions to the book. I definitely laughed out loud in some parts, got super scared in others, anxious, grossed out, uncomfortable, intrigued, and cheesily happy. This was an all around good story that had me feeling a lot of emotions.
It is a good explanation of "the life" this girl has decided to live, and the people she deals with.
The rescue portion of the book was just too unreal and simple.
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