Philosophy Can Be Sexy
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Slut
"Our mother, Tabitha, has two fatal flaws: she can’t keep her legs or her mouth shut. The
first is lucky for us, because if she’d been anything other than an easy lay all her life..."

It is said that most men lead lives of quiet desperation. The promiscuous and dangerously unconventional and free thinking American heroine of SLUT believes this to be their own bloody fault.

This sexy novel begins on the evening before 9/11, when investment banker Tabitha Mackenzie, the daughter of a charismatic and womanizing poet, suffers a series of catastrophic set-backs that eventually lead her to Sydney and into the arms of her married lover. It is narrated by the would-be next generation: Tabitha and her lover’s un-conceived twins. The twins are eager to be born as they have important work to do in the world. They follow Tabitha as she mingles with attorneys and bankers both in Sydney and on Wall Street and as she attempts to complete her deceased father’s play about the summer Lord Byron met Percy Shelley. Byron wrote: “travel and turmoil, or there is no existence” and Tabitha encounters much of both in the pages of SLUT.

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