Permanent Obscurity~ Review

17 May 2010
About the book:
Inspired by the underground sexploitation films of the 1960s, this bold updating of the "roughie" subgenre largely takes place in New York City's East Village (circa 2006), and it chronicles the rise and fall of a unique and intense relationship. Dolores and Serena, two chemically dependent, down-and-out artists set out to take control of their lives by making a fetish-noir/femdom movie. Of course, things don't exactly turn out as planned.

This book is rated X.

Contains graphic sexuality (especially BDSM practices, femdom and non-vanilla sex), irresponsible drug use, profane language, and depicts reckless, impulsive, and dangerous behavior.

Not politically correct.

My Review:
I was a little worried about this book when i first started reading it. There aren't any normal chapters, just sections; but reads sorta like an essay. 
 I was captured by Dolores and couldn't put the book down. Following along with the girls throughout their trials and mishaps was a real eye opener as to how things are for some people. I normally don't read books with alot of drug use or other things of that nature. But Permanent Obscurity was a great read that I will be coming back to again.