❮Reading❯ ➸ Invisible Trade: High-class sex for sale in Singapore Author Gerrie Lim – Peakpopa.info
not bad for a local writer An interesting read but Lim is terribly repetitive It almost seemed like he copied and pasted certain paragraphs just to prove his point Even at merely 204 pages, this book felt about 50 pages too long Other than that, this book is well researched and well written. Welcome To The Very Real, Largely Hidden, And Often Surreal World Of High Class Sex For Sale In Singapore, Where The Sexual Desires Of This Tiny Island Run The Gamut From Simple Missionary Zeal To The Cracking Of The Whip Never Before Have Outsiders Been Offered Such A Fascinating Look Into The Weird And Wonderful, Delightful And Sometimes Depraved World Of Five Star, High Class Prostitutes That Operate In Singapore S Flourishing Sex Trade Featuring Real Stories Of American Models Moonlighting As High Class Escorts In Asia, And American Businessmen In Search Of Exotic Eastern Promise Non Fiction Bestseller At Borders Singapore And Kinokuniya Singapore Southeast Asia S Largest Bookstore SOC After reading, realized that it is ironic for the Asian community to despise sex workers, but Asian being a country where most of the traders preferred due to better business Nice book to read to understand the insights on how the trade being conducted, this also includes the feelings of the traders themselves However, there are few parts which are repeated, thus a little unnecessary.. So so book about the other side of Singapore.Not recommended. This book is really very informative and explored the underneath side of the trade The writer is able to bring out the investigations and observations in a well written style which made this book very easy to read. Wanna know about sex trade in Singapore read it.. No surprise. An array of sex stories taking place in Singapore, though revealing some of the business deals of the oldest trade, it is a very plain and monotonous read You might enjoy it as it presents the other side of Singapore. A fascinating and well researched documentation of the sex trade in Singapore However, I feel that the chapters lack focus There is chapter titles and three themes sections in the book but the content is not clearly and directly relevant to the theme chapter at times The writing also lacks cohesion In spite of this, this makes a good read if you re in it for the content.