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Implants in Fiction Novels
« on: September 21, 2023, 03:41:02 am »
I've been getting into a lot audio books lately. On a whim, I tried searching the internet for "novels with breast implants".

I didn't find much. The best resource I found was:

One of the recommendations there is "Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin" by Mariana Zapata. The description did not encourage me, because the main plot is a girl going on a tour with a couple of bands and I'm not really into music/the band scene. But, I was interested in how breast implants were represented in mainstream literature, so I gave it listen. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. It's not great, by any stretch, but I found myself captivated. The main character has breast implants, she got them because she was lop-sided. They aren't that big. But still, it was nice to listen to. They're mentioned every now and then.

I've got Lorelei James’ “Chasin’ Eight” on hold at my public library, so I'll report back once I've heard it.

Do you know of any other novels that have main characters with fake boobs?
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