A London publishing firm launched the 'audio version' of the world famous sex manual, Kamasutra. Now all you have to do is listen to the audio to get your moves right.
Beautiful Books commissioned Channel Five soap opera 'Family Affairs' actress, Tanya Franks, to read aloud from the treatise, including its most notorious chapter, 'On Sexual Union', which describes 64 different ways of making love.
"Now there is no need to feel embarrassed by reading a copy of this wonderful and important book in public. Simply download it on to your mp3 player and liven up your commute to work," said Simon Petherick, managing director of Beautiful Books.
The audio version of the book can be downloaded from internet at just $8.99.
"When I was asked to read the Kama Sutra I felt nervous and excited at the thought of it. When we finally did it I was completely relaxed and we had a great time. The only thing missing was the cigarette afterwards," said Tanya Franks.
Kamasutra is based on ancient Hindu philosophies and was first translated into English in 1883 under the guidance of Victorian explorer Richard Burton.