What's worse than being an unpublished teenage writer living in New York City?
Being Jaeven Marshall, an unpublished teenage writer, who's hustling, selling his body to survive until he gets his big break and someone discovers his writing talent, all the while being addicted to Crystal Meth, living with his off and on sugar daddy, in New York City.
Shuck - A novel by Daniel Allen Cox
Shuck - as in Shucking off ones clothes. The story opens with this young man at the top of his health and looks. A rising young porn star, wanna be writer.
Written in a light conversational, easy to read style.
I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone under sixteen. Due to some graphic scenes and language.
No I'm not a prude! but... a few things did shock me. I know things like this do happen and you don't even have to be in New York City.
Some very depressing scenes throughout the book, showing the insides of the hard core porno industry. The humility and the indignities involved.
At first! You'd expect, success to follow this good looking determine boy with this narcissistic personality.
But... When Crystal Meth was mentioned, I new the ending wasn't going to be as nice as imagined it could be.
If you want to know what's worse than being a teenage writer in New York. This book is for you.
I give this book five stars. *****
With a warning. Restricted!