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Publisher's Summary

I haven't touched another person in three years.
That seems like it would be a difficult task, but it's not. Not anymore, thanks to the internet.
My anonymous clients spend thousands of dollars to watch me take my clothes off for the camera. What they want, I give. Their secrets, I keep.
Everything I tell them is a lie.
Open the door to this year's most shocking thriller.
©2014 A.R. Torre (P)2014 Hachette Audio
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Critic Reviews

"An incredible debut. Gritty, unique, primal, full of angst, oddly feminist, and right up my alley. The Girl in 6E deviates from formulaic romance to deliver something truly special and worthy of praise and attention. A dark soul like me isn't often surprised by controversy or taboo subject matter, but this book delivers and I'll be reading more A.R. Torre books in the future. Kudos!" (CJ Roberts, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Dark Duet)
"Dark, edgy, and thrilling in a completely unexpected way." (Lisa Renee Jones, New York Times best-selling author of The Inside Out series")
"A.R. Torre's The Girl in 6E lifts the veil on the dark, erotic world of camping, but the book contains so many more surprises than that. At the novel's core, a tender heart beats, and the increasingly suspenseful pages fly by as its deepest secrets are revealed. This is a taut, edgy, thrill ride, powerfully gripping and impossible to turn away from." (David Bell, author of Never Come Back and Cemetery Girl)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Lulu on 10-16-15

Prepare to Be Flabbergasted

What an amazingly strange book. Perhaps one of the most intriguing and weird "heroines" of any book I've ever read. I bought this book because it was a daily deal on Audible. It caught my attention, though I can't say for sure why. The main character has not left her apartment or come in direct contact with another human in several years. Explaining why would spoil the story. But rather than shutting herself off from relationships, she has found unique ways to make connections and form "friendships" in her narrow little world. She makes her living, and a very good living, operating as a webcam sex worker, who also happens to be a virgin. She presents the details of her work in such a clinical way most of the time that she might as well be explaining her job as a nurse or a CPA.

The story evolves around the choice she makes to expose herself to the world, a step she thinks is extremely dangerous to others, in order to save another person and eventually, to have a personal relationship. By the end of the book you discover just how resourceful, brave and heroic she truly is.

The writing is tight, it moves quickly and I found myself unwilling to put it down. And while she is so clinical and matter of fact about her profession, there are a couple of topics that might make some people uncomfortable, but they are integral to the story and are what makes her the person she is and drives her to take what she considers a huge risk. The narration was excellent.

One of the best books I have read this year.

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3 out of 5 stars
By theo wells on 03-05-18

honest review

overall: this book had me, then dragged me into a shallow puddle, then left me there, then told me the same thing again again as I had damp clothes on for the next 5 hours.


there are seductive moments Torre captures very well. women have certain titillating features that slowly pull a man into her. she grabs at these features.

Torre plus the narrator capture Annie the best. everything about her feels realistic.

con: the story

after a short time the main characters constant speculation and pondering get annoying. it's like thoughts talking about thoughts. it's like she spends more time being self aware then actually doing anything. there were points were I was like OK we get it....STFU n move on.

maybe this story would be better read than heard.

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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