Journalist Ishtar Benten is promoted to the most secret department of the News Agency that monopolizes information. Soon afterwards, her erotic-coffee colleague disappears mysteriously, and she starts a very dangerous investigation to find him.
What is the sexiest of all possible worlds? How would you act when Love conflicts with Truth? The Woman Who Sparked the Greatest Sex Scandal of All Time is a dystopian adventure like those of George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, Ray Bradbury, Anthony Burgess, and Philip K Dick. At the same time, it is a captivating and emotionally charged novel, and it offers readers high doses of passion, eroticism, suspense, and mystery. It has been given “The Kirkus Star,” a distinction that is “Awarded to Books of Exceptional Merit,” and has been listed among the “Best Indie Books of 2013” by Kirkus Reviews.
“This delicately intricate work provides a full dance card of themes: sex, romance, mystery and a grim peek into a devastated future… Touches of wry humor reinforce an already sturdy novel… A virtuosic, erotic sci-fi debut.” -Kirkus Reviews
“The wonderful and powerful imagination of the author brings all the characters and the situations they find themselves in very real and believable… All in all a wonderful story and one that I will read again in the future.” -The Scribes Library
“…despite its steamy tone, it is, in fact, a thoughtful work of philosophy – not vulgarity – that explores and humanises the universality of love, justice, faith and consequentiality.” -Self Publishing Magazine
“The writing is beautiful, erotic, poetic, intense, imaginative, intelligent – and gripping enough that I could barely put it down… Ultimately, this is one of the most delightful books I’ve ever read.” -Francis James Franklin (Alina Meridon) Literary Blog
“Compelling stuff, getting better as the book goes on, and a brilliant way to end the book too.” -YeahYeahNoh, Amazon.uk top 1000 reviewer
The novel is recommended for ages 16+. It contains unconventional descriptions of explicit sex, but they do not deserve any kind of censorship or adult filter, as discussed in the blog denouncecensorship.blogspot.com. If you prefer to avoid such descriptions, you may want to check out an abridged version of the novel on Amazon.