Sex Business Tokyo: A dancer seeking work amidst the nightlife of Tokyo
Sex Business Tokyo: A dancer seeking work amidst the nightlife of Tokyo, written by Alta Eva Bourne, builds an emotional rapport with the reader via the life of protagonist Angela, a young Australian dancer. She moved to Tokyo, Japan, in the 1980s to pursue her dreams of becoming a professional dancer and singer in a cabaret.
Determined to persevere, Angela taught herself the trade of prostitution to financially support herself until her career in the arts was eventuated. Angela wielded her femininity paired with her Marilyn Monroe aesthetic to beguile the eyes of the upper echelon of Japanese businessmen. In tandem with the adult industry, Angela worked tirelessly to improve her artistry and mailed out cassette tapes to many music producers with little to no promising responses.
After months of working as a high-class call girl, Angela was apprehended by the police, who found multiple offenses to threaten her with deportation and fines. Angela found herself dancing the dichotomy of fearing the police or Yakuza. Her life was absorbed into the gritty underbelly of the massive city as her career dreams slipped away. Angela’s inner conscious spoke to her through “the voice,” which provided her with ethereal guidance to survive the harrowing clients, streets, and chaotic nightlife of Tokyo.
|Alta, Eva Bourne
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|Mystery, Crime, Thriller