BookMattic's Rating: 1/5
Goodreads Rating: 2.33/5
Considering that this is one of the best sellers in Indonesia is pretty sad. I can understand that sex sells in no matter what kind or form, or where you are in the world, but I find this book to be disgusting and demoralizing toward women.
This book consists of several chapters which are fairly short and only focus on Emka's personal experience. When I first saw the title for this and read the back I thought there was going to be more than just the sexual degradation of women. I thought there were going to be facts about where these women are coming from and why they are in the sex trade and maybe possibly some idea of a solution to this problem. But no, there were no facts except for how much fun Emka said he had and how much he, or most of the time his rich friends ended up paying for the many nights of craziness.
It's written in the style of telling a story practically starts out and ends the same way in each chapter. Emka's descriptive writing is actually not that bad, although I've seen better. That was the only plus about this book that I can think of. In each chapter Emka sets out on his mission to find sex for sell in hidden places throughout Jakarta. According to him this was just a journalist's project, but it didn't seem just that as a reader.
I was thoroughly disappointed in this book. People shouldn't be enjoying or supporting this sex entertainment business. It's absolutely awful to find out that places like this actually exist anywhere in this world.