|Number of Pages||:||203 Pages|
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At its best, Flash strives to explain the power dynamics between sexes, as pertaining to exhibitionism and explores the idea of degradation as power, putting forward this idea of submission as the ultimate means of control. It attempts to do that by explaining the process of the casting couch, as Maya Endicott goes from flasher to Hollywood starlet, and how her sexual proclivities allow her control over the producers and other men in her life. This is a fun thesis, and a workable plot but the writing is dull, dull, dull. Poorly paced and barely edited, this novel felt like 1,000 pages of subpar Joan Didion with kink. No thanks.