Dances with Prostitutes is the story of the author's life after moving to Costa Rica in his mid-50s and, in particular, his and other's experiences with prostitutes as well as (occasionally) "regular" girls and his fellow expatriates.
This audiobook is neither porn nor erotica. It necessarily includes sexual content since to try to avoid it would be idiotic and futile. A sincere attempt has been made to give a realistic picture of both the prostitutes, the "profession", and the men who consort with them. The tone is generally light and humorous, but the darker side is also unavoidable. Still, there are real human beings on both sides, and if the listener would like to meet some of them, they can be found here.
Would you try another book written by Thomas Ray O'Brien or narrated by Thomas Ray O'Brien?
I certainly would not buy or listen to another audio book with Thomas Ray O'Brien as a narrator. His voice is a monotone and very boring to listen to. Certainly would not buy another book by this author. Does not come across as a very likeable person.
What didn’t you like about Thomas Ray O'Brien’s performance?
Flat, monotone distracting noises in the background.
What character would you cut from Dances with Prostitutes Costa Rica Style?
The main character!
This is an honest, straightforward and humerus account of prostitution adventures in San José Costa Rica. I have enthusiastically visited strip clubs in several states in the US and it was very fun to hear about the author's experiences in Costa Rica.
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