New Book Release on award winning Lulu.com "The Korean Palace of Honolulu" by Linda M.S. Enos is Loosely Based on True Life Experiences of Hostess Bargirls
It's the '70s and '80s once again enter the seedy world of hostess bars and lives of bargirls Mina, Jana, Suki, Naiomi, Mimi, and Tina. See the world through their eyes and feel their passions, desires, joys and pain of living a life full of money, sex and greed. “Cathy momma" has created "The Korean Palace" a living entity of KP Enterprise that everyone wants a piece of from her family down to the seedy thugs. Who will she trust in the end?
"The Korean Palace of Honolulu" just released on lulu.com is now available on www.lulu.com content 2560360 or keyword "Korean Palace" is on paperback and as a download Mrs. Enos dialogs as well as brings to life the experiences of surviving the harsh realities working the grey areas of life. It brilliantly depicts the stories of a handful of bargirls and the lives of those around them making choices in a world filled with temptation and greed.
Follow “Cathy momma" the owner of Korean Palace and queen of the Korean bar circuit who has created a living entity of KP Enterprise that everyone wants a piece of from her family down to the seedy thugs. Who can she trust?
Will Suzie Kaepogi get what is coming to her? Who will prevail? Who will live and who will die trying to survive this cut throat life? Will anyone succeed in finding love and happiness? Experience the highs and lows of the women and men living in a world full of lust and desire. Find out who will be the next “it girl” and who will just fade away...
“I aspire to inspire and empower all people to overcome their past mistakes no matter how terrible it may have been, to continue their search for atonement while striving for a better life,” Mrs. Enos says.
In the 418 page novel Mrs. Enos illuminates the struggles of surviving abuse, poverty and wealth all the components that make up the avant-garde nightlife of the “it girls,” “wannabees,” and the “has beens” in the world of money, sex, drugs and greed. The Korean Palace was written to tantalize, delight, provoke, anger, and soothe you in hopes you will laugh and pray through the tears of both pain and joy.
About the Author: The author, Linda M.S. Enos was born in Seoul Korea. She was adopted by her paternal aunt and her husband, an American soldier of the 25th Infantry stationed in Seoul. Mrs. Enos is the daughter of the now infamous "Linda momma" who once ran the busiest little champagne bar in Honolulu. Mrs. Enos acquired first hand knowledge of the Korean bar business when she worked at "5th Avenue Lounge," "Evergreen Lounge" as a bartendress then at "King’s Palace" as a floor manager.
Find "The Korean Palace of Honolulu" on www.lulu.com content 2560360 or keyword "Korean Palace."