First published in , Eat Me became an instant international bestseller—and caused a scandal in the is a photographer, Chantal edits a fashion. Praise. “Eat Me is the sexiest thing to come out of Australia since Mel Gibson. And it’s funnier, too.” –Glamour “[Jaivin’s] light touch prompts even. Making fun of both cliches about single women and conventions for erotica, Eat Me follows their love lives and the stories they tell one another about them.

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Apr 13, Pages Buy. Other Titles by Linda Jaivin. The writing is not great unless you’re given over to immature gushing accounts of Sexual Couplings and Variations A Very Special Christmas.

Enjoyable read that came highly recommended to me.

Me and my colleagues passed it around and it entertained us all. She has firm control over her material and a talent for slicing through the pretension with the precision of a sushi knife. Jun eqt, Angela Gatti rated it it was amazing.

Jan mme, Ashke rated it liked it. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. And probably not something I would choose if purchasing erotic fiction on purpose, either. Also by Linda Jaivin.

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Julia, a photographer, adores younger men–even if they do exhibit a frustrating refusal to commit. Helen captivates her friends with an impossibly lush and funny fantasy of a seaside encounter with Rambo, then stuns them with the re-creation of a tryst with a truck driver.


About Eat Me In this eye-popping first novel—a bestseller in both the United States and Australia—Linda Jaivin invites readers to overhear what women really talk about when they talk about sex.

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Sexy, intelligent, predatory, they eatt women of their time—but can we believe their wild and wicked descriptions of their erotic exploits? Julia is a spunky photographer with a penchant for Peking duck and younger men; Chantal is a fashion magazine editor whose sexual preferences give new meaning to the words “mixing and matching”; Helen is a feminist scholar whose outward wholesomeness belies her inner naughtiness; and Phillipa is a somewhat secretive writer who appears to be taking rather close notes on her friends’ raunchy tales.

Jan 21, graham rated it did not like it. Trivia About Eat Me. But it’s not enough to distinguish itself from any other erotica in the end, and not enough to disguise that this is the kind of book that will drop lines like “She looked every bit the fashion editor she was”. Her first novel was the internationally bestselling comic erotic Eat Me. She is also a translator from Chinese and a playwright. I would have enjoyed the book more had there actually been a plot and something linea sink my teeth into.

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I saw Eat Me at a thrift store and it seemed like a decent sensational read, sort of pushing it from a foreign and more risque “Sex and the City” angle though I think this may have come out first – four friends trying to find love, lots of sex talk, etc. In this eye-popping first novel–a bestseller in both the United States and Australia–Linda Jaivin invites readers to overhear what women really talk about when they talk about sex. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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They clash a bit and the ending is somewhat weak. No trivia or quizzes yet.


Be the first to discover new talent! Apr 13, Pages. I liked how the author switched narrators so you got in everyone’s head. To ask other readers questions about Eat Meplease sign up. Stay in touch Subscribe to our newsletter Read our blog Become a member Come to an event.

Dec 17, Jennifer rated it it was amazing.

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Looking for More Great Reads? Structurally the stories don’t stick together as well as they should. Sorry, but sticking fruit up one’s hoohah?