The Scent of Your Breath Paperback – 6 Jul 2006
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An uninhibited and compelling reflection on obsessive love (Elle)
Gossamer writing with a tarantula's bite (The Sunday Express)
What makes her tale so compelling is the way she infuses each sentence with sensual, descriptive language somewhere between Ana?s Nin and Jeanette Winterson (Diva)
Brims with her trademark violent lust and poetic naivete? The true heir of Anais Nin? A white knuckle ride of epic, erotic proportions (The Big Issue)
"Melissa's candour regarding her extreme experience offers an apprehension, however fleeting, of modern adolescence." (The Times)
"A frank and vivid account of sexual rites of passage." (The Telegraph)
“The narrative forms a current of pure feeling, fearless and thrilling.” (Publishers Weekly)
"The sex diary of Melissa P shows she is experienced - and wise - beyond her years . . . a combination of candour and intelligence, and a compelling mix of aggression and passivity" (GQ) --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunetly this, her second offering did not live up to the first. Less graphic and shocking as the first, which isn't surprising after the first, and the nature of this book being more of a life experience tale.
But it is so poorly written. The book wanders of in all directions seemingly at random, trying to be intelligent by connecting subjects that just do not connect, leaving you wondering what interlectual link you are missing.
If you thouroughly enjoyed the first offering and expect something similar here, you won't get what you want. Try something else instead (Insatiable, Valerie Tasso). If you want to see how Melissa P has matured as a writer then go ahead and read this, i just hope you will make more sense of it then i did.
Unless you just want a sore brain from reading such crap I would tell you not to bother spending your money on this. I often read reviews thinking people are too harsh about some books but there are no redeeming features of this book. Its pure crap.