Story of O

Paperback | May 8, 1998

byPauline Reage

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O is a young, beautiful fashion photographer in Paris. One day her lover, Rene, takes her to a chateau, where she is enslaved, with Rene's approval, and systematically sexually assaulted by various other men. Later, Rene turns O over to Sir Stephen, an English friend who intensifies the brutality. But the final humiliation is yet to come.

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Frenchman René has a surprising proposition. His request? That O, his gorgeous fashion photographer girlfriend, travels with him to a country chateau and subject herself to the sexual whims of other men. She acquiesces and for several days, a cavalcade of men have their way with her, some quite violently. Then Sir Stephen, René’s Engli...

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O is a young, beautiful fashion photographer in Paris. One day her lover, Rene, takes her to a chateau, where she is enslaved, with Rene's approval, and systematically sexually assaulted by various other men. Later, Rene turns O over to Sir Stephen, an English friend who intensifies the brutality. But the final humiliation is yet to co...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 6.88 × 4.13 × 0.61 inPublished:May 8, 1998Publisher:Running PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1562010352

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Sade I have issues with this book. For one thing, it's very hard to read. By that I mean it's kind of all over the place and the descriptions of 'acts' don't go in depth enough to really understand what is happening. Erotic stories are supposed to be packed with descriptions. Secondly, reviewers and critics say this stands with Sade's works. To me, it doesn't even deserve to be in the same genre as his works. Sade writes simply and very, very bluntly so you know exactly what is going on. He also gives power to the women in most of his works. This leads me to my third complaint about the book. It's a 'slave' book. A book where power isn't given to both sexes. Anne Rice writes the same way in her erotic novels and I'm not a fan of those books either. I'm not trying to be 'feminist' about things but there's a fine line between S&M 'play' and abuse. And, maybe due to the lack of an actual story and description of things, this story is heading towards the abusive side of things. I just don't like the story. Maybe someone else will but for now, I'll stick to Sade.
Date published: 2011-04-27

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Frenchman René has a surprising proposition. His request? That O, his gorgeous fashion photographer girlfriend, travels with him to a country chateau and subject herself to the sexual whims of other men. She acquiesces and for several days, a cavalcade of men have their way with her, some quite violently. Then Sir Stephen, René’s English chum arrives and O receives some truly unexpected and brutal treatment in Pauline Réage’s erotic thriller, Story of O.