Title: The Bride Stripped Bare Author: Anonymous
Of course this is a review of the book, so I shan't go around singing praises of it, even though I'm very tempted to do so. Let's just say it's been a while since I read something as honest as this (and no, none of the blogs on line can surpass the level of emotional exposure the anonymous author has provided...)
Actually, there's the other thing about the anonymity of the author; but I'm not going to spoil that for you.
Anyway, the novel is written entirely in the third person point of view, which is one of the greatest beauties of the discourse. Fluent and smooth, you actually feel as if you're being accused line after line as you read on... Even more so if you're female, and have been in the push and pull of relationships.
The things the author has done have been tremendously daring, almost akin to screaming out the very deepest desires and fears of the universal woman: I'm a human being too, I've been sidelined, I've got feelings, and my best friend is leaving me, betraying me. My husband has a mistress, and I'm in love with a younger man. I have sexual desires, and some of them are very daring. All men want me to give oral sex, not all men are willing to give it to me, but I want it too... and I don't like this equality thing, nor do I like the patriachal society cultures.