THE SEXUAL LIFE OF CATHERINE M. The graceful, thoughtful, oddly charming, and profoundly pornographic account of a French intellectual's life of extreme sexuality.Millet is a highly respected art critic and editor in her native France, where this memoir was a bestseller. The nearly complete absence of sentimentality in both her memoir and the encounters she describes sparked a controversy that made this one of the most discussed
Review: The Sexual Life of Catherine M. Once you get over the initial shock of genitalia and orifices, this book is unbelievably dull. I didn't even finish it. Can't believe this was a best seller!
Review: The Sexual Life of Catherine M. Sex deconstructed as a piece of art. A bizarrely straight account of an extreme personality.
Review: The Sexual Life of Catherine M. Let's just say i didnt want ppl on the train looking over my shoulders and reading what i was reading!
Review: The Sexual Life of Catherine M. The relevant content could have been written on two pages.
Review: The Sexual Life of Catherine M. Boooring. What was supposed to be an erotic memoir just made me feel sorry for her. She obviously has problems. What was even worse was putting an erotic spin on a situation that was clearly molestation. Creepy.