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The pendulum has shifted in Catherine's life once again. Four years after peeling back the curtain on The Janus Chamber, we find her now ironically working as a political journalist, settled into a mundane routine and dating life because she chose to tell the truth about Inana Luna instead of embracing a life of decadence with The Juliette Society. Meeting a man who reignites her passion for cinema and guilt-free sex makes her realize what she's been missing, but an unwanted scandal douses the flame.
Forced to lie low, she finds an opportunity to take back her career with a human-interest story in Honduras, but there are people who see Catherine's article as a threat and will do anything they can to stop her from writing.
The world Catherine finds herself in is unlike anything she's ever seen. She is The Mismade Girl, and, as her life is turned upside down, she must choose to either perish or be remade anew.
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- C. Perelli-Minetti
From the Great to the Bad and Ugly
I thought the first book The Juliette Society series was excellent - well-written and well-performed by the author. It was hot, and had a good story as well as great sex. The second book in the series was pretty good, still very hot, though it was a bit too much like the first book and hence was sometimes predictable. But still, kudos to Sasha Grey for keeping it going. Then we get to The Mismade Girl, the third book in the series. Although there is some hot sex, the book is absolutely destroyed by its descent into unrelieved political correctness, simple-minded feminism, cheap leftist political conspiracy theory, and increasingly inane platitudes posing as profundity. I wanted to like this book, but the slogging just gets heavier with every chapter. I think Pippa Jayne did a good job as narrator, especially given the material she had to work with. (Though I thought Sasha Grey the best performed of her own work). If you loved their first book in the series, go ahead and listen to the second, but avoid this one like the plague.