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Behind The Smile eBook ☆ 200 pages ´ danpashley ↠ [Epub] ❦ Behind The Smile By Owen Jones – Danpashley.co.uk Behind The Smile The Story of Lek a Thai Bargirl in Pattaya Lek was born the eldest child of four in a typical rice farming family She did not expect to do anything any different from the other girEr father died young and with huge debts that the family knew nothing about Lek was twenty and she was the only one who could prevent foreclosure The only way she knew was to go to work in her cousin’s bar in Pattaya She went as a waitress cum cashier but when she realised that she was pregnant by her worthless estranged husband things had to change She had the baby gave it to her mum and went back to work However now she needed real money to provide a better life for her child and to make up for spending its w Daddy's Hobby Behind The Smile The Story of Lek a Bar Girl in Pattaya by Owen Jones is an insightful look into the life of a Thai bar girl It is a moving story that shines through its exemplary realism Jones shows real life drama as I imagine it much likely than stories on the subject that I have read It tells a tale of tragedy and hope of love prostitution and the grey area between without drifting into thriller and political territory which makes ir so much powerfulWell worth reading

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Hole youth 500 miles away She drifted into the tourist sex industry The book relates some of her ‘adventures’ her dreams and nightmares and her ‘modus operandi’ It tries to show from Lek’s point of view what it really is like to be a Thai bar girl – the hopes and frustrations the hopes and the let downs the hopes and the lies and deceit that are part of her every day life Thailand is often referred to as the Land of Smiles and the author of this book agrees that it is having spent nearly a decade ther Unfortunately although the subject could be interesting and insightful the author has no style to speak of The book reads like a GCSE story Lacking in finesse atmosphere structure and pace

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Behind The SmileBehind The Smile The Story of Lek a Thai Bargirl in Pattaya Lek was born the eldest child of four in a typical rice farming family She did not expect to do anything any different from the other girls in her class in the northern rice belt of Thailand Typically that would be work in the fields for a few years; have a few babies; give them to mum to take care of and back to work until her kids had their own children and she could stop working to take care of them One day a catastrophe occurred out of the blue – h Behind The Smile The Story of Lek a Thai Bargirl in Pattaya Lek was born the eldest child of four in a typical rice farming family She did not expect to do anything any different from the other girls in her class in the northern rice belt of Thailand Typically that would be work in the fields for a few years; have a few babies; give them to mum to take care of and back to work until her kids had their own children and she could stop working to take care of them One day a catastrophe occurred out of the blue – her father died young and with huge debts that the family knew nothing about Lek was twenty and she was the only one who could prevent foreclosure The only way she knew was to go to work in her cousin’s bar in Pattaya She went as a waitress cum cashier but when she realised that she was pregnant by her worthless estranged husband things had to change She had the baby gave it to her mum and went back to work However now she needed real money to provide a better life for her child and to make up for spending its whole youth 500 miles away She drifted into the tourist sex industry The book relates some of her ‘adventures’ her dreams and nightmares and her ‘modus operandi’ It tries to show from Lek’s point of view what it really is like to be a Thai bar girl – the hopes and frustrations the hopes and the let downs the hopes and the lies and deceit that are part of her every day life Thailand is often referred to as the Land of Smiles and the author of this book agrees that it is having spent a decade there