Adult film superstar Aiden Shaw follows up his bestselling memoir, My Undoing, with the third novel in a gritty and stimulating trilogy of sexual excess (following Boundaries and Brutal: Uncut). Set in the hedonistic London clubs so vividly characterized in his previous novels, and reintroducing David, Joe, Ryan and the disturbed Flora, Wasted brings the trilogy to a rousing and unexpected climax.
|Publisher:||Running Press Book Publishers|
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About the Author
Aiden Shaw is an adult-film superstar who has appeared in more than 50 films and won numerous honors for his work. (HBO's Sex and the City named their Aiden Shaw character after him!) He lives in London, England, and can be visited online at www.aidenshaw.com.
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Wasted based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Aiden Shaw continues to grow as an author, and perfects his writing, as everything comes haunting back in the third of his novels 'Wasted'. Along with his always great ability to write good dialogue between characters, his novel gives us a conflict of the disturbing taboo of incest and a potential pedophile, it deals with living with being a victim of rape, and Aiden Shaw continues to do a great job of creating good HIV characters. 'Wasted' is another incredibly dark book filled with love and emotional highs and lows, (just like his previous two novels), until about two-thirds the way through. He lost me in the new direction the story seems to be taking. I didn't like reading about anything good however insignificant happening in any shape, way, or form to Flora after I read 'Boundaries'. For me, the entire essence/feel of the book changed. I would have preferred for the novel to end after chapter seventeen. In the author's defense, the actual ending was climatic, jaw-dropping, and a horrific end that left me eager for more, for a fourth novel. It's an ending that I'm glad is there, and fits perfectly with Aiden Shaw's writing. The story needed to end the way the author intended. Overall, with some editing and a publisher who can print a book without so many spelling and grammar errors, this book was really good.