The Gentlemen's Club: A Story for all Women

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Angie doesn't want to be a victim anymore. Deep down what she hopes for most is to find a good man to love and to feel safe in this world, but her fears take her down the wrong path. After befriending other women down on their luck, Angie and her friends decide to get revenge on men who go to strip clubs. Can Angie let go of her pain and reclaim her life?
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Angie doesn't want to be a victim anymore. Deep down what she hopes for most is to find a good man to love and to feel safe in this world, but her fears take her down the wrong path. After befriending other women down on their luck, Angie and her friends decide to get revenge on men who go to strip clubs. Can Angie let go of her pain and reclaim her life?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781938701474
  • Publisher: Becky Due an Imprint of Telemachus Press
  • Publication date: 10/12/2012
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2006

    Allbooks Review - Feature Fiction of the Month

    Homeless and alone, Angie is taking a close look at her life. Her aspirations to be a writer are being pushed aside as she simply tries to survive in a difficult situation. But when she meets the vivacious Julie, she starts to open up and explore the path that has led her to this place, and begins the fight to escape her predicament. ¿The Gentlemen¿s Club¿ is the story of a woman¿s growth into a powerful and outspoken advocate for her gender. Told from the perspective of a young struggling write, the story relates how the oppression and fear inflicted by men upon Angie and her friends has eaten away at their self-esteem and self-respect. Eventually, Angie finds her inner strength again with the help of a close friend, and together they work towards guiding other women to the same achievement. Ultimately, Angie researches an article about the Gentlemen¿s Club, a prominent stripper¿s bar, and she and Julie set about freeing the women who work there from the histories that have kept them oppressed, cumulating in a powerful act of revenge. Becky Due is a very talented and intelligent writer. While her personal stance is ever-present in the novel, the individuality of each character comes across clearly and intensely. She has a strong message to deliver, and successfully does so with full and effective force. Her empathy with the plight of women is conveyed with great heart and passion, and she fills the characters¿ lives with enough trials and tribulations to make their present difficult situations believable and understandable. The author is a longtime advocate for women¿s issues, and volunteers with Victims Services and as a guest speaker. She is educated in both Journalism and Women¿s Studies. A percentage of the profits from the sale of this book go to `Alternatives to Violence.¿ With a very decidedly feminist perspective, this book offers a great deal for woman in the way of self-understanding and self-realization. It is a very valuable addition to the increasing mass of feminist literature. Reviewer: Nancy Morris, Allbooks Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2005

    A book to change lives!

    Incredibly moving and life changing! You'll want to give a copy to every woman AND man you know!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2005

    Awesome....Awesome....Awesome!!!

    This book touched me in so many ways...any woman out there struggling in relationships...or just everyday life, I recommend this book!! It will touch your heart every chapter you read!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2005

    A Gentlemen's Club

    I truly found this boook to be interesting and hard to put down. It would be awesome to see a second book written!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2005

    This is a story for women of all ages

    I loved the book. I felt the book did a great job of showing how women are treated by most men. I feel the book could give a good example to young girls about taking the wrong road in life. If they ,like Angie,are a victim at a young age it doesn't mean their life is going to be bad. I think it can give them an idea of how to make better choices in life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2005

    A MUST READ FOR ALL WOMEN & OLDER TEENS

    'The Gentlemen's Club had me laughing and crying, occasionally at the same time. This book made me think about the future of my daughters. There are so many issues in this book that need to be addressed. One is abuse; it is common, it can occur anywhere. The girls of today need to be protected, physically and emotionally. They need to be talked to and heard. We need to keep them on the right path, or too many of them will become a character in this novel. As the author says, women are strong and amazing and we need to support each other. We all need to read 'The Gentlemen's Club.'

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