The Intimate Adventures Of A London Call Girl

The Intimate Adventures Of A London Call Girl

Belle de Jour / Feb 19, 2020

The Intimate Adventures Of A London Call Girl DESCRIPTION Belle couldn t find a job after University Her impressive degree was not paying her rent or buying her food But after a fantastic threesome with a very rich couple that gave her a ton of m

  • Title: The Intimate Adventures Of A London Call Girl
  • Author: Belle de Jour
  • ISBN: 9780753823200
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • DESCRIPTION Belle couldn t find a job after University Her impressive degree was not paying her rent or buying her food But after a fantastic threesome with a very rich couple that gave her a ton of money, Belle realized that she could earn than anyone she knew by becoming a call girl The rest is history Belle became a twenty something London working girl and hDESCRIPTION Belle couldn t find a job after University Her impressive degree was not paying her rent or buying her food But after a fantastic threesome with a very rich couple that gave her a ton of money, Belle realized that she could earn than anyone she knew by becoming a call girl The rest is history Belle became a twenty something London working girl and had the audacity to write about it anonymously The shockingly candid and explicit diary she put on the Internet became a London sensation Now, in BELLE DE JOUR, she shares her entire journey inside the world of high priced escorts, including fascinating and explicit insights about her job and her clients, her various boyfriends, and a taboo lifestyle that has to be read to be believed The witty observations, shocking revelations, and hilarious scenarios deliver like the very best fiction and makes for a titillating reading experience unlike any other.

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    About "Belle de Jour"

      • Belle de Jour

        Brooke Magnanti is a forensic scientist and writer, who, until her identity was revealed in November 2009, was known by the pen name Belle de Jour.While completing her doctoral thesis, in 2003 and 2004, Magnanti worked as a call girl Her diary, published as the anonymous blog Belle de Jour Diary of a London Call Girl became popular, as speculation surrounded the identity of Belle de Jour Magnanti went on to The Intimate Adventures of a London Call Girl in 2005 and The Further Adventures of a London Call Girl in 2006 These were followed by Playing the Game, Belle de Jour s Guide to Men, and Belle s Best Bits.In 2007, the books were adapted for TV as Secret Diary of a Call Girl, starring Billie Piper In November 2009, fearing her real identity was about to come out, Magnanti revealed her real name and occupation as a scientist Her first book published under her real name was the non fiction The Sex Myth in 2012.Magnanti s first crime novel, The Turning Tide, will be published by Orion in 2016.


    1. This book initially sank its claws into me during the hot sex scene at the beginning. A friend of mine kept recommending the Showtime series to me, but already having enough television addictions, I thought I'd read the book. Big mistake.I feel that I regressed a little while reading this, and a more appropriate title would be, "The Narcissistic Ramblings of a Nympho." That's right, don't be fooled - Ms. Dujour paints the work of a callgirl as a fun little jaunt between various male's abodes and [...]

    2. Originally a blog, this book is a collection of diary entries from a London call girl. Belle is a likable narrator, even if I had a hard time believing both her unshakable businesslike nature and her overall good humor.Being a call girl never really seems to get her depressed; the men never seem ugly, or vicious, or bad in bed. I felt like she had done better as a call girl finding decent guys than most of us do dating. Which is a pretty good recommendation for becoming a call girl, I guess.One [...]

    3. I was originally planning to give this memoir three stars, but by the final page I couldn't justify why it didn't deserve four. I really enjoyed this. Belle is upfront honest, classy, humourous and intelligent; She has an insight to the world that you wouldn't "expect" from someone in her expertise. Any stereotype you have in mind about call girls will pretty much be banished by the time you're finished reading. If anything, I'd say I admired her - not her chosen lifestyle, per say, but definite [...]

    4. Still reading, maybe, but now I remember why I stopped reading her blog: "the boy." People who say "the boy" to refer to their significant other come across as a) insecure and b) not fooling anybody about the long-term prospects of that relationship. Also, they're as annoying as a toddler discovering a new word.While I can award 9 out of 10 for her maintaining focus on the (theoretically) titillating bits that (theoretically) everyone wants to read, where is the human side of Miss BdJ? Does she [...]

    5. I think I'll go with the Tv-series, thank you very much. It's just that this novel, it's not really a novel - as the title says, it's a diary. Yeah, I know, you're probably thinking now "If it's written in the title, what were you expecting?" Honestly, I did not have any expectations, but I hoped that since it is published as a book, there will be a structure and general resemblance to a book, but it seems my hopes were too high. The main problem, which leads to further problems with this book i [...]

    6. I was only going to give this book three stars, but I can't justify doing that. It was a great read. True, you can read it all for free on her blog, but the girl put herself out there, blogging about a day-to-day that is much racier and far less legal than most. Unlike some other reviewers, I thought her tone was perfect. She came off as a bit snarky and certainly intelligent--which isn't a view we're often given of anyone who works in the sex industry. She's pretty fair about her ups and downs [...]

    7. Difficult to know where to start: it's a diary, supposedly real, so there's no storyline, no beginning, no end and especially no point.I did not manage to understand why the author kept this diary and why she felt compelled to write something in it every day give or take. Probably because she is just in love with her tonsil. Her string of former boyfriends identified with stupid monikers like A1 to A4, then Boy. None of them seemed real, and even less interesting.I hated the way it was very poor [...]

    8. I'll admit I was only curious to read this because I really enjoyed the t.v show.I think my main problem with this was the format. Obviously, it's an actual diary and I actually enjoy books in the diary format when they're interesting. I've never read a diary that was as all-over-the-place as this. I was expecting something different; something better. I didn't think it was awful but I didn't find much of it very entertaining. A lot of the diary entries would be completely random things that hap [...]

    9. I don't know why this piece of trash is subtitled an "Unlikely call girl" because it seems prostitution is perfect for her. I don't know how much of this crap is "real" or how much sprang from her fevered, over-active and knickers-obsessed mind, but it's all garbage. I don't recommend this book to anyone. It's awful.As I was on vacation last week and reading Gladwell's kind of meh David and Goliath, I decided to try something more fluffy. So I bought this ebook. What a waste of $9.99. The diary [...]

    10. I would like to first say that I only gave this book 4 stars because of the end. I am not sure if the author had always been planning a sequel and that's why it ended the way it did but it just sort of stopped. On one had it was very much like an actual personal journal, people writing journals don't wrap up the plot before filling it up and moving on to the next one, but this also leaves the reader with very little closure. I finished and felt like, "OK that was odd". Aside from that I loved th [...]

    11. Having watched Secret Diary of a Call Girl before reading this book, I have to say the book wasn't really what I was expecting. The real-life Belle certainly seems to have a better handle on balancing her life. She made time for friends, relationships, family, her professional/academic goals, and still made time for escorting. The majority of the book didn't even have to do with escorting, it mostly had to do with her her friendships and relationships past and present. I was surprised that when [...]

    12. This was pretty much complete trash. Apparently they made it into a TV show!? WTF Dear everyone, please stop making blogs into books. The only one I found even remotely entertaining was Candy Girl, and that wasn't great either.I just didn't find Belle very likable, and the whole thing just seemed annoying. The sex was either very vague or very graphic and just liked being shocking. Was this marketed as soft-core erotica? Did women read this? I just don't get it. Seemed like a Sex in the City ins [...]

    13. I had been wanting to read this book for what felt like years, the only thing that was holding me back was that no bookstore near me ever carried it. In the meantime, I watched the show and absolutely loved it. I finally got around to ordering it a couple weeks ago, to say the least I was very disappointed. The most disappointing thing to me was the main character (and author) Belle de Jour. This book was put together from her own, real life events that she posted about on her blog. You would th [...]

    14. Though I was skeptical, due to the marketing and first few minutes of the Showtime series, I was surprised at the quality of this book. The diary format makes this book interesting because in truth, there's no story. No arc. No real character development. Just the notes and observations on life and vocation from the point of view of a beautiful British post-grad who just never cut it in the office world. "Belle" tells us about her friends, exclusively males and even more exclusively ex-boyfriend [...]

    15. I thought this was fantastic. I had stumbled upon the show after some Doctor Who intervention (the lead in the show is Billie Piper, who plays Belle in the show). When I found out this was a blog turned book, I just had to scoop it up. The writing style of blog/journal is one I admit I am not usually fond of, but she just made it work so well for her story. I was hooked immediately of course, and though I loved the inclusion of the A's, I was sad to not see her best friend from the show (whom I [...]

    16. This book had the potential to be a unique and insightful view into an unusual industry. Unfortunately, it had more in common with50 Shades of Grey than a memoir or a diary. The main character (and note how I say "character" and not "writer", because I find it extremely hard to believe the two are one and the same) glamorized her life and her job to the point where it was not at all realistic. The whole book was basically just her bragging about all the sex she has and how amazing she is at it a [...]

    17. Diary of an Unlikely Call Girl follows a high class London escort named Belle de Jour – obviously not her real name. Belle writes journal style entries for each day that depict her encounters with peculiar clients, her interactions with friends and ex-boyfriends, and her everyday life.I liked Belle’s writing style immediately. She’s clever and humorous in her observations, and she keeps things light. One of the things I liked best about Belle is that she doesn’t fit the trashy, unintelli [...]

    18. A book about the life of a call girl, boring? Yes. I understand it was a blog first, but looks like the author didn't bother to review the entries and compose a more interesting and well-constructed story out of them.I didn't expect anything especially revealing or insightful, but a little more substance would have been nice. Surprisingly, the author wrote a lot about her private life (boyfriends, parents, travels), and much less about her work, and this was what I wanted to read about. All righ [...]

    19. I am a little bit over sexual adventuress books, to be quite honest (see In My Skin: A Memoir; The Bride Stripped Bare) but I'd always meant to pick this one up at some point, as I had seen the telly show with Billie Piper (very scarred at seeing Rose's boobs - what would the Doctor think?). One of the reasons why I liked this one much better than those other books is because Belle du Jour approached the topic and experiences with a sense of humour - Gemmell and Holden taken themselves so seriou [...]

    20. This is the story of prostitution from a candy-coloured specs perspective. It says something that the ITV series added more depth.Entertaining enough but Belle is a lot like friends that I avoid - always on about her exes and the dramas associated with same. Preoccupied with knickers and makeup - slipping public school french into every sentence. Not a protagonist I relate to. Save yourself some time and watch the series instead, the book is only a parade of similar encounters with identical tho [...]

    21. I must be honest and say that I only read up to page 201.In my opinion this book is written by a transexual. I have friends that are strippers that don't go through all the make-up, shaving, and deodorant that this person does. Maybe I would have enjoyed the book more if the author was honest and said that they were a transexual call girl, but I just can't get into a book where I feel like the author is lieing about who they actually are.There was also a story about her masturbating that sortive [...]

    22. Clever, witty, hilarious and shameless in the very best way possible. I want this woman to be my best friend.

    23. Envisioned reading this at the pool, cocktail by my side, sun in the sky sadly the sky was often full of rain and the pool full of noisy children, so it didn't quite pan out that way. Regardless, this makes for a good holiday read.It's a compelling story despite not really having much of a plot (though as it is based on real events, this is understandable) and has a lot of amusing scenes, a fair few laugh-out-loud bits, and a few insightful moments, though does get very fluffy in places (lots of [...]

    24. Review posted August 26th on a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveThis review will make frequent mentions of sex and sexual activities (as could be expected from the well known book title!)Based on her popular blog, The Intimate Adventures of a London Call Girl (also known under slightly different names) chronicles the diaries of Belle in her day-to-day life as a call girl, while still traversing her own love life, and of course her sex life too! The book is written in diary format and includes Belle's [...]

    25. I really wanted to give this book three stars. It's refreshing to see someone write about their sexuality in such an unfettered manner. In a way, the author normalizes sexual desire, framing it as a natural appetite to be sated and enjoyed where and when appropriate, much like a penchant for good food and fine wine. Sex is taken off its oft-unquestioned pedestal, stripped of its usual moral and mystical raiment, until we can look into its bare face as just another basic drive, a sibling of thirs [...]

    26. I love blogs. I am obsessed with blogs. I am not so sure blogs should be books.I have read my share of blogs turned books. I didn't think this book was of that category-until I read the first two entries.Belle de Jour: Diary of an Unlikely Call Girl had an intriguing cover. I judge books by their cover.I liked the book, but I am having a hard time singing it's praises. I am not sure why. It's not that I am up tight about sex or prostitution. Please.Belle, as I guess her name is, is a call girl. [...]

    27. This book left me feeling really depressed. The narrator has such a cynical outlook on life. (As a dyed-in-the-wool cynic myself, I'm not sure why this bugs me so much. Maybe because her version of "life's a bitch and then you die" wasn't even intelligent or thoughtful. Pfft.)It's clearly a fake memoir, but that's okay, I don't really expect realism from my non-fiction these days. What gets me is the misrepresentation, because it's not about the adventures of a call girl, really. The vast majori [...]

    28. Much to my dismay, I pretty much loathed this book. I'd been so psyched to read it since I watched the UK series based on it last year. However, the author comes off to me as trying extremely hard to be witty and clever when, in fact, she's trite and boring. The only entries in her journal that I truly enjoyed were those recounting work episodes. Unfortunately, the writer's personal love drama constitutes the majority of the book, and it never once drew me in. I just rolled my eyes when she'd bl [...]

    29. I didn't expect this to be great literature, but I did expect hot stories of freaky sex and interesting details about the high end side of the world's oldest profession. Instead we get glib, tossed off diary entries (referring to her boyfriend as The Boy ugh) mixed with mundane vulgarity and platitudes about love and wage slavery. There are greater insights about sex/love/money in any random episode of Sex & the City.The relationship parts reminded me of this annoying girl I used to date . T [...]

    30. I only got halfway through this. It's under dramatic like real life (So it might be real but altered a little). I like the TV series. Especially the first season. One of the main differences is that Belle has a boyfriend at the beginning but is vague about this relationship. She's much more sexually adventurous than in the series. She also refuses to have orgasms for clients. I found that her profession intriguing but not her character or her friends. I tried to find something I could relate to [...]

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