The widow of a punk icon has written an exceptionally graphic memoir detailing sex with another punk rocker and responded to her anger at his revelations by hinting at a sequel.
The book, ‘A Year on Earth with Mr. Hell,’ written by Young Kim, 52, chronicles her explicit romance with Richard Hell, now 74, a pioneering musician of the ’70s.
Hell, real name Richard Lester Meyers inspired the look of The British punk rock band of the 70s, Sex Pistols. And after the death of Sex Pistols manager Malcom McLaren in 2010, she began a passionate romance with Kim, who is McLaren’s widow.
In the 254-page memoir, Kim takes the reader to first ten months of their passionate love story that began during the winter of 2016.
The first sex scene occurs just a few pages into the memoir, after a drunken night together in 2016.
Young remembers Hell “sliding his fingers under the fiery red fabric” of her gauzy bra.
In terms too graphic to reproduce, Young says Hell looked at the “puddle of stockings and underwear around my ankles” before shouting “take them off.”
Young Kim, 52, is the author of the self-published book ‘A Year on Earth with Mr. Hell’ which has received rave reviews.
Richard Hell, was described as a rock pioneer and was the subject of the author’s book, ‘A Year on Earth with Richard Hell’.
She said he made a ‘mmm’ sound ‘like a happy purring engine’ while performing oral sex on her, with Hells’ ‘incredible skill’, meaning Kim ‘could feel the orgasm building’.
Their encounter continued, with Kim saying that Hell’s foreplay meant she was “transported into a convulsive ecstasy” that made her “involuntarily scream softly with pleasure.”
Hell, who was 22 years her senior, suggested that Kim document some of what they had “done together sexually,” and she did so in vivid, raw detail.
But he’s outraged that she decided to share it with the world.
Her ex-lover loved what Kim had written from the beginning, when she shared her first entries, but more than 200 pages later, she couldn’t stop. The book is now the toast of the literary world, and American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis says she devoured it in one sitting.
Hell, however, has not been interested in his work and claimed that he never approved of it and called it “revenge porn.”
Kim Young pictured with Malcolm McLarane, with whom she was in a 12-year relationship
Hell relented in an email to the New York Times about Kim’s book.
“How would you feel if you were dating someone briefly, even having sex, and it turned out that he was writing about it behind your back and finally published that ill-conceived, incomprehensible, but full of false details, account of the affair, with a focus? About sex, using your real name?
Despite her heartbreak, Kim seemed to have appreciated the time they spent together.
The book, ‘A Year on Earth with Mr. Hell,’ written by Young Kim, 52, chronicles her explicit romance with Hell, now 74, a writer, musician and artist.
“I have to say that Richard elevates sex to a work of art,” she said.
Although he noted that she was “kind of a muse to Malcolm,” during a previous interview.
She called: “Richard is my muse.”
“I had never written anything dirty in my life, but I was willing to try,” she wrote in the book’s introduction.
“I sent it to him and he loved it, just like I loved writing it.”
Kim’s writings were soon transformed into a book that received rave reviews for its raw and honest accounts of her intimate relationships based on her point of view.
The book is dedicated to his two former loves. “To Malcolm and Richard.”
Another very suggestive entry in her diary reads: “He started kissing me again and hugged me before taking half a step back to unbutton my dress.”
‘She unbuttoned her dress, just enough for my wait, enough to reveal the mercurochrome red chiffon bra with black satin straps and bow. “She fondled my breasts, slid her fingers under the fiery red fabric and then unclasped the bra in the back,” she wrote.
Malcolm McLaren and designer Vivienne Westwood were close friends and shared a child together.
Many have described his work as something fascinating that they couldn’t put down. And one person described it as “more than a memoir…but truly a modern work of art.”
In a clever move, Kim has even teamed up with New York’s Standard Hotel after boasting about having passionate sex with Hell in their “sexy” surroundings.
Despite her ex-lover’s heartbreak, she kept her job: “In writing this book I have only done what men have done unapologetically (and I don’t think they should apologize) since time immemorial: choosing my job over my relationship.” “.
He added that he has kept in mind something that artist Michael Heizer once told him: “Any piece of art of any value (not a Hallmark card) is going to bother someone.”
DailyMail.com has contacted Hell for comment.