The best Pretty Little Dirty Creat Amanda Boyden Viral Books Amanda Boyden grew up the eldest of three daughters in Chicago and St Louis Currently she teaches in the English de
The best Pretty Little Dirty Creat Amanda Boyden Viral Books Amanda Boyden grew up, the eldest of three daughters, in Chicago and St Louis Currently she teaches in the English department of the University of New Orleans Previous positions include elderly companion, artist s model, gutter cleaner, dishwasher, science lab assistant, cancan dancer, tutor, stuntwoman, and bit part actress Until recently, Amanda worked as a contortionist and professional trapeze artist She proudly lists hanging high over the heads of Galactic and 311 in her life accomplishments.She is married to Canadian author Joseph Boyden Her first novel, Pretty Little Dirty was published in 2006.. Lisa sees the life of her gorgeous best friend Celeste as just about perfect she has a gigantic house, two older sisters to coach her through the hazards of high school, and loving, lively parents As Lisa s own home has long been a place devoid of joyful noise her mother has shut herself off in her bedroom for years Lisa joins the Diamond household, slipping into their rLisa sees the life of her gorgeous best friend Celeste as just about perfect she has a gigantic house, two older sisters to coach her through the hazards of high school, and loving, lively parents As Lisa s own home has long been a place devoid of joyful noise her mother has shut herself off in her bedroom for years Lisa joins the Diamond household, slipping into their routine of sit down suppers and soaking in the delicious normalcy of Diamond family life But what begins as the story of two young women living a charmed adolescence, one of mastering dance moves and the protocols of male female interaction, soon swirls into an intoxicating novel of art, music, and self destructive impulses as Lisa and Celeste dare each other ever onward.. Bestseller Ebook Pretty Little Dirty Ugh. Wasted time. Wasted trees. This book made me turn my back on a 'reading rule' that I set upon myself: "Once you start a book, FINISH IT". I didn't. I had stopped and started this book about three times, and well, I'm official done. This time I got further, but I stopped mid-way in and thought, "Life is too dang short for me to abuse myself by reading this crap any longer." See, I always try to be a good little reader so I can give a real objective review without someone rattling to me: "But you didn't finish the book! How do you know if it got better?!" Well, I did another no-no...I skipped ahead. I found out the conclusion and well, I'm SO glad that I didn't waste anymore time. Amanda Boyden, I'll admit, sets everything up grandly. Lisa and Celeste are two BFF!!!! growing up fast in Kansas City who have a love for art, music, and of course boys. Celeste is the beautiful and popular one of the two. She wears all the right stuff, says all the right things---EVERYTHING goes her way (nauseatingly so)---and Lisa worships her to the point where it goes beyond friendship and is just sickening. As the girls get older, they become even more reckless and uncontrollable, and like the book itself, it all goes downhill. It's not that I'm a prude. I've read some graphic/violent stories before and gotten squirmed out of my comfort zone wonderfully, but this book just dived into the unthinkable, the implausible. There are probably tons of girls who were brought up like Lisa and Celeste---rich, bratty, privileged, parents who turn a blind eye---but this book just kept getting more ridiculous as the pages turned. Reading this I felt like I was fucking Amish. I also began to feel that I did high school all wrong as well as college. I also began to feel that I must have had the meanest, strictest father in the world because half of the crap Lisa and Celeste dove into right BEFORE the parents eyes, my father would have literally kill me, brought me back to life, and then killed me again for, with my mother right there next in line. I should say that there were some comic relief embedded in around the parts where the girls get their 'carnal knowledge' on. The sex scenes were pure ridiculousness, just laughable and fantasy ridden. I had to check to make sure I wasn't reading some shitty fan fiction because it was just too out there. Then again, I must be meeting the wrong guys and totally missed the boat when it comes to Midwest guys from the early 80's, because these guys that Lisa and Celeste hooked up with were just... I've meet some sleezeballs, I even had a sleezeball for a prom date, but Boyden painted ALL these guys like raconteur Adonis' that it was just pure insanity reading it.Boyden does create the setting, the characters, and the environment extremely well, which was why I was glued from the beginning to about mid-way in, but what a way to throw it all that was great and gritty into the crapper and call it 'fiction'.
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