The Sex.Com Chronicles
by Charles Carreon
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TRAVEL WITH CHARLIE CARREON
Before you travel to the dark side of compulsion, establish reliable friendships with persons willing to send lawyers, guns, and money to aide your cause. Then in any pinch you might imagine, tell your friends to send Charles Carreon in the role of the white-hat lawyer. If your dark compulsion is merely literary in nature, Carreon fills big shoes as he stands and delivers. This is one tome you can turn over and spank time and again. Show Entire Comment
The title ‘Sex(dot)Com’ suggests a titillating romp through prurient, morbid, degrading and unhealthy sex — (as distinguished from a mere candid interest in sex) — but wait, there’s more. And here’s the trick: it involves metaphors and dreams …
This book will aptly service law students who need know there is pay at risk in any great dream of adventure. The young lawyer may wear a white hat and can see where the bodies lay in the dark, but just beyond knowledge and vision, there is someone always willing to pervert one’s sense of justice when it comes to payday. The ‘Sex(dot)Com’ story is one of hard work and deception — Yes! Go do the hard work, but be prepared to get stiffed, and sometimes more than once a day.
Literary Lotharios will find ‘Sex(dot)Com’ more than a just dream of pay and adventure as the book nakedly exposes metaphors that seduce the reader at every turn of the page. These are metaphors big and small that will jiggle your senses and slap you in the face with amusements and insights, metaphors that engage parts of your brain in ways that would make your cat scan flush with excitement. These are metaphors made of words and phrases to stoke your dreams, for they turn you beyond the mere reading of text, to visual imagery you can undress in your brain in the twilight hours of contemplation and understanding, and you’ll respect yourself the morning-after for the romp well engaged.
Charles Carreon’s book ‘Sex(dot)Com’ is a wet dream for those who love law, language, and the sensation of a wet tongue in the ear.
As a former attorney, this book was fascinating. Extremely well written with excellent down to earth perceptions that the author lived through. Coming out of law school, I was fortunate enough to actually clerk on this case for roughly 6 weeks and the sheer volumes of paperwork generated by the parties was overwhelming. I can attest to one thing though: In my subsequent 7 years as a practicing attorney, never have I seen a lawyer as focused, sharp and on top of their game as Charles Carreon was during my time on this case. Show Entire Comment
To him, this case was fought on a battlefield and for a sole practitioner to constantly defend the rear and flanks of that battlefield, while pressing ahead with the attack was simply amazing to watch. It was also amazing to witness what could very well be the most explosive case in internet domain ownership, during a time when it was becoming obvious that the internet would be so explosive, yet no one here knew that such a battle was being waged in southern Oregon.
I absolutely loved reading this book and even though I was only privy to limited information, reading this book was like living those moments again. It is accurate, telling and only begins to describe the warrior its author really was on this case. And once the reader fully understands the warrior Mr. Carreon was, the acts of his client in the end will stun and amaze you. Only then will you begin to ponder who really was the villain in this case and the ambush of the warrior. For a law student, this book is a must read.
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