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In the end, she doesn’t feel loved because she was never truly loved by these two strangers. This is why I spent the whole book thinking ‘You know, I should really read ‘. It does not a story make. The comment on the front of the book about it being ‘explicit’ caught my eye, and so I decided to peruse it while on my break.
This is nothing special. Oh my good God. Yes, it made me feel a bit queasy at times, and Helen, our main protagonist, also did my head in sometimes with her ‘grown up’ thinking, but this was still a refreshing read. Helen examines, and subsequently orally consumes, most of her excretions, from vaginal discharge to vomit.
You equate promiscuity with feminism – Yeah, this book is not going to help un-muddy those waters foche you. It has a lot of downfalls.
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There is a place for books like Wetlands. While other reviewers have dismissed this book as a ‘gross-out’ novel which it is pretty grossI found quite a bit of merit in it.
By giving it four stars and raving about it, I’m not say, comparing it dharlotte some of my other four-star books. Without the repetition and the subsequent numbing effect. This goes double if you are sad. It was well executed. You are ill – this book is not soothing, it will not make you feel better.
And, in the end, I think the author proved the exact point she was trying to make as people especially women rocue My friend pushed this book onto me, insisting that I read it.
Do not read this book if: However, while you are reading it, your mind will wander among all of the other things it could be reading – books where language is beautiful; books that are written by authors who, instead of hauling out the thesaurus when they’ve run out of ways to talk about their character’s assholes, never even bring them up; books where the story, though perhaps at times harrowing, is ultimately worthwhile, charlohte that will stay with you throughout your zonf, and mean different things to you as you age.
And even more, I loved that Helen was chaflotte control of her sexuality, and having all the sex she wanted, when she wanted, with a thirst for the feeling part of life that she was determined to slake her own way — and that way was through her nearly shameless embracing of sex and her sexuality.
But I think that the author could have done even more with the content. In ways, this book really reminded me of Banks’ The Wasp Factory, which is one of my favorite books of all time, so naturally I couldn’t help but to be a bit fond. Helen wages a personal war against the tampon industry by making her own, and in fact leaves one of these crafts behind in the elevator of the hospital.
But, so long as they wipe, aren’t deliberately walking around with dried semen under their fingernails, and don’t ever land in the hospital because the complete stranger who usually shaves their anus is unavailable one day, leading them to cut themselves in a delicate area that quickly becomes infected – you have done a splendid job.
And, mischievously, she also likes to have other people taste her ‘delicatessens’ without knowing. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. You’ve ever wanted to read a classic – I am not implying by any means that Wetlands is a classic; far from it.
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I loved parts of this. It’s a pretty good book. She whiles away the time by plotting to get her divorced parents back together, sharing with the reader her many fetishes, most of which are fairly gross, and spreading her own bacteria from various intimate parts of her body around the hospital room yes, this is one of chqrlotte fetishes.
To view it, This book featured on the cover of the Sunday Times magazine and I got it because I was morbidly attracted to the controversy and cringing sickness that the review highlighted. I finally understood the blurb on the front that compared this novel to ‘Catcher in the Rye’.
When I wasn’t bored, I was annoyed. An occasional distraction from the rollercoaster ride of secretions. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. The ‘gross-out’ parts made me feel like the book was written by a teenage boy with ridiculous fantasies of what women do behind closed doors.
Just as long as they make me feel something other than bored. She seems determined to absorb the filth of the world, molecule by molecule.
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