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God's Callgirl by Carla van Raay
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Jul 16, 2009

did not like it
bookshelves: light-reading

Dutch catholic girl emigrates with family to Australia. She becomes a nun, a vocation which doesn't suit her disposition. She quits the orders, marries and has children, divorces and ends up happily working as a prostitute for want of other skills (the life of a nun not exactly preparing one for the outside world!)

The story itself seemed fascinating but there was something about the author that didn't quite gel with me. I found a lot of the ideas and thoughts expressed in the book rather repetetive and the author somewhat childish. I wouldn’t really recommend it to anyone as it seemed like an attempt to cash in on a 'salacious' story.

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