Anorak | No Freedom Of Speech: Random House’s Tale Of Fighting and F*cking

No Freedom Of Speech: Random House’s Tale Of Fighting and F*cking

by | 7th, August 2008

HISTORY is sexy. History is exciting. Popular history proves that men in sandals can still pull nymphomaniacs, and that human life in all its ages is about fighting and fu**ing.

Now Sherry Jones has written a historical novel about Aisha, the young wife of the prophet Muhammad.

Random House was so turned on to the subject it bought the novel last year in a $100,000, two-book deal. The Wall Street Journal says Jones was “ecstatic”.

The world would not be able to get enough of The Jewel of Medina “a tale of lust, love and intrigue in the prophet’s harem”.

Peep through the gap in the tent flaps as Mohammad shows Aisha just how much he fancies her:

the pain of consummation soon melted away. Muhammad was so gentle. I hardly felt the scorpion’s sting. To be in his arms, skin to skin, was the bliss I had longed for all my life.”

All her life :

Yes, she is describing how a NINE YEAR OLD girl would feel after having sex with a man in his FIFTIES.

If there’s to be a film of the book, who will play the parts? More contention to follow, we feel.

Make Love Not Phwoar!

More. More. Turn off the internet porn; shove that jazz mag back under the mattress and press the mute button on Songs of Praise, this is racy stuff. Who says history

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