God's Callgirl

by Carla van Raay | Biographies & Memoirs |
ISBN: 0091913683 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Molyneux of Oxford, Oxfordshire United Kingdom on 7/23/2008
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Journal Entry 1 by Molyneux from Oxford, Oxfordshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Journal Entry 2 by beckydore from Torpoint, Cornwall United Kingdom on Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Carla tells her story of being abused, entering the convent and then the massage parlours.

Journal Entry 3 by beckydore at Windmill pub, Spon Street in Coventry, West Midlands United Kingdom on Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Released 11 yrs ago (8/5/2008 UTC) at Windmill pub, Spon Street in Coventry, West Midlands United Kingdom

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Journal Entry 4 by Caterinaanna from Coventry, West Midlands United Kingdom on Sunday, August 10, 2008
AliceF made me take it.

Journal Entry 5 by Caterinaanna at Coventry, West Midlands United Kingdom on Saturday, August 11, 2012
Finally got around to reading this.
The title and the strapline imply coercion or at least a connection, but Carla's choice to become a nun, although ill-informed and possibly misguided, was her own, as was her later decision to turn to prostitution. In spite of the bullying to which she was subject in the order, she describes many positive aspects of all phases of her life and has forgiven most people. As a result the anger or guilt which might have given her story some tension is non-existent and it ends up being rather 'so what?' She has had a couple of 'careers' which seem to be polar opposites, but that's about it. I was also rather confused at some points by a timeline which seemed to meander without good cause, and wished the editor had taken that in hand.

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