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Letters of Note: Sex (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Letters of Note: Sex (MP3)
Written by:
Shaun Usher 
Read by:
Juliet StevensonSimon CallowStephen FryLouise BrealeyToby JonesMark StrongFerdinand KingsleyCrystal ClarkeShazia NichollsShaun Usher 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
3 hours 34 minutes 
MP3 size:
160 MB 
May 06 2021 
Available Date:
May 06 2021 
Age Category:
Adult - Explicit 
Non-fiction; History; Lifestyle - Wellbeing; Self Help 
Bolinda/Canongate audio 
Bolinda price
AUD$ 29.95
AUD$ 29.95

International bestselling author
UK Bestselling author
UK Author

Letters of Note: Sex is a compulsive collection of the world's most entertaining, inspiring and powerful letters with sex at their heart, curated by the founder of the global phenomenon

In Letters of Note: Sex, Shaun Usher collects together some of the most noteworthy missives ever written on the subject, from euphemism-laden, flirtatious exchanges and desire-driven expressions of passion to sincere and thoughtful meditations on the meaning of sex. Includes letters by: John Cheever, Sigmund Freud, Dorothy Day, James Joyce, Margaret Mead, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Mae West and many more.

'Addictive, like dipping into a bag of variously tempting assorted candies, knowing that the next one will always bring surprise and pleasure.'
The New Yorker

'A gloriously presented compilation.'
Financial Times

'It is hard to see how Letters Of Note could ever be surpassed.'
Mail on Sunday

'The literary equivalent of a box of chocolates – bite-sized and pure addictive pleasure ... The result is beautifully produced, with photographs and colour facsimiles of much of the correspondence. A gorgeous Christmas present.'
Sunday Times

'Quite literally the most enjoyable volume it is possible to imagine. Every page is a marvel.'
The Spectator