The Passion Flower Hotel

by Rosalind Erskine | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
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Registered by AnnevO of Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on 12/16/2005
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Journal Entry 1 by AnnevO from Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on Friday, December 16, 2005
In this 1962 satire a group of five girls at a British boarding school decide to do something about their sexual inexperience. One of the girls, having read a sociological study of prostitution, suggests to the others that a more structured approach is needed. So they start a business of satisfying the needs of the students at the boys school down the road. They call themselves The Syndicate, and their business they name The Passion Flower Hotel. Their mottos are: "The Syndicate Will Meet Your Needs," and "Actions Speak Louder Than Words." They develop a list of charges based on three categories of services: Vision Only, Touch, and Nothing Barred. Business is thriving until the school starts to get wind of their activities. Will they "go all the way?" Will they get caught?

Journal Entry 2 by AnnevO from Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on Thursday, December 29, 2005
Very funny and naughty, indeed. I guess it must have been more shocking in the early sixties. Sarah, the main character, plays the Madame very convincingly. The girls in the book aren't Lolita's, but they are girls, nonetheless.
I would not advise this book to be read by anyone under eightteen, for it might give them wrong ideas.

Journal Entry 3 by AnnevO from Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland Netherlands on Thursday, December 29, 2005
Wild release planned in London, UK, somewhere in the next few days. Will make release notes as soon as possible.

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