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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of La atadura Spanish Edition. Oct 29, Alita rated it it was ok. De verdad que poquita autoestima, cerebro y amor propio. Christina rated it it was ok Apr 05, Escalante rated it it was ok Jan 31, Mikie rated it it was ok Jul 20, Irus rated it it was ok Nov 02, Luciuscatilina rated it it was ok Jan 23, Edwin Ijsman rated it it was ok Mar 26, Nazzia Mendoza rated it it was ok Aug 02, Ligia rated it it was ok Dec 31, Evelyn rated it it was ok Jan 03, Claudia rated it it was ok Apr 27, Melissa rated it it was ok Feb 27, Rafa rated it it was ok Oct 26, Dannen rated it it was ok Jan 29, Irene Adarve rated it it was ok Apr 01, Jenny negrete rated it it was ok Nov 11, Matthew rated it it was ok Jul 15, Roberto rated it it was ok Dec 05, Orlando Charles rated it it was ok Jul 13, Crystal marked it as to-read Aug 15, Robert rated it really liked it Oct 29, Beesly marked it as to-read Apr 21, Joel Albert added it Jan 01, Darren rated it really liked it Nov 14, This is not for the weak-hearted person.
It is very graphic and at times very sad. I really enjoyed the book, but it would have been better to read her follow-up. She died in a car accident after writing this true story about her life as a slave. She was in the middle of a second book. This is book is geared toward very specific groups of people, not for everyone at all. Lisa marked it as to-read Oct 13, Natalie Barbosa marked it as to-read Sep 27, All of the great works came out of France, e.
Now we have another to add to the list. This one is an exception to the rule however, for it is non fiction. The Ties that Bind is an amazing book that recounts the author's self discovery that for her, pain equals pleasure. She begins the book by recalling that in her childhood, her father beat her for the slightest indiscretions. This would lead her to the realization that Quote: Not having the nature of an Amazon, not knowing how to oppose violence with cruelty, I learnt to dominate those who used me by making the offering of my submission both mystical and ambiguous.
At the age of 20, and still a virgin, she begins her tutelage under her beloved master, Pierre, who indoctrinates her into the sadomasochistic lifestyle. What follows is a series of trials and her education at the hands of Pierre and several other masters and mistresses in shadowy chateaus and basement dungeons across France. Through these extremely cruel and physically draining trials, she comes to several epiphanies about herself and the world around her: Quote: The master is in a state of total dependence in relation to his slave.
The master exists and only finds his place or his justification in relation to the slave. He is in reality the slave of the slave, of her acceptance to submit to the cruelties which excite him. Quote: On the contrary, through the subtle game of relationships of strength, the slave can be the one who exerts the true power in the sadomasochistic relationship. Tragically Duries was killed in a auto accident months after the publication of this book in at the age of She was somewhat of a minor celebrity at the time of her death, appearing on Bernard Pivot's talk show and appearing nude in a men's magazine.
All of this is documented in the afterward by Maxim Jakubowsi. There is a forward by Maria Isabel Pita that poses the question, what if she would've lived? Could she have kept up the extreme lifestyle that she was living at the time. What would she have written?
She was working on a second book at the time of her death, entitled "The Rivals", supposedly about 2 rival submissives. What if indeed. This edition is a very good English translation put out by Magic Carpet Books.
Highly Recommended. Dee Sibert marked it as to-read Feb 08, Chevy Levels rated it really liked it Feb 09, Maxim rated it really liked it Feb 19, Ashley added it Jul 25, Bp rated it it was amazing Nov 04, Frankie marked it as to-read Nov 10, Steve Maser rated it really liked it Apr 02, Aydin Mohseni marked it as to-read Apr 27, Jorge Arango rated it really liked it Jun 01, Frederico Amorim marked it as to-read Jun 25, Tainia rated it really liked it Jun 28, Victoria marked it as to-read Jul 20, Very honest and brave.
A warning to any of you who come along to this one after reading Fifty Shades If you came to Fifty Shades for the titillation but stayed for the romance -- this is NOT the book for you.
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