Lethal has rarely been this lovely. This sequel, the last in the 'Body Holiday' adult trilogy, is every bit the read that Juliette Foster is expecting. In TV presenter Juliette Foster's review, January 2015 edition of Surrey Life magazine, she says of the first 'Body Holiday': "This imaginative, sexually explicit book has more swear words in it than a Gordon Ramsay show, yet its edgy "in your face" writing and tightly structured plot are so addictive that it's damn near impossible to put down - Ex-glamour model Ruth and her husband Pearce want some time out. Swapping bodies and life styles with Milla and Franklyn through a process called 'Transition' should be a breeze; after all, there's no better way of getting reacquainted with a partner than through the body of a younger stranger. Unfortunately, though, something goes horribly wrong...
The car chases, small but chilling amounts of gore and explosions of Armageddon proportions give the story the adrenalin coated rush of a Grand Theft Auto game. Yet there's also a quasi gallows humour running through the narrative, neatly alleviating the underlying tension - Body Holiday is a novel that entertains and raises questions: could an out-of-hand relationship with technology fray our moral compass? How much privacy should we surrender to a constantly changing world and what guarantees are there that what's thrown into cyberspace will be used responsibly?"
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|Size: ||1.2 MB|
|Publisher: ||GB Publishing.org|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780993163937 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|