5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Has an air of authenticity about it...,
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This review is from: Confessions of a Working Girl (Paperback)
Unlike some books that are quite similar, 'Confessions of a Working Girl' has an air of authenticity about it. Miss S is studying for a degree and, to make ends meet, she gets a job at a local 'Sauna'.
The book explores what it was like for her at the beginning, the paranoia that she suffered if she formed relationships outside the job and some of the stranger clients. I liked the feeling of honesty throughout the book and that Miss S didn't glamorise the job (unless you like the thought of being down the GUM clinic every few weeks!)
The only reason I have given the book three stars is that there seem to be so many other books that are similar, and this book doesn't really have much that is new to add.
It passes a few hours, but don't expect any surprises.