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I seem to be one of the only men to write a comment about this book, but I tell you this; this book not only changed my attitudes about my own writing style, it changed my heart. I can’t tell you how many times I broke into tears while reading this book. There were passages that I would read over and over… gosh, now I’m gushing. Sorry… If you have ever spent time in L.A. the visuals alone are worth the time. If you’ve ever been in love or want to be in love… these characters and these stor
I know without a doubt that I would have loved the Weetzie Bat books if I’d read them in high school or college when I was an alterna-chick who scoured thrift stores for cool vintage clothes and went to underground clubs every night with gorgeous gay boys who loved me, but not the way I loved them. Back then, I might have sworn Francesca Lia Block had based her contemporary fairy tales on the everyday lives of my friends and me.
But I tried to read these books a couple of years ago, and found al
This is quite possibly the worst book I’ve ever read in my life. It’s actually a collection of books by the same author, with the same characters and overlapping storylines. To be fair, I only read three of the five books included. Maybe the two I skipped were phenomenal. But I doubt it. Good grief, these books were bad. There are about two dozen characters and I swear there isn’t one fully developed character between the lot of them. They seriously are all the same person. You can take any line