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Really, the only interesting thing for me was the role reversal.

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coots The narrator is writing her “truth” to her former lover. As the story progresses we notice that he becomes slightly more hostile towards her and she revels in it. Jul 01, Lizzie Liu rated it it was amazing. I think she focused more on the materialized emotions instead of what truly her characters are feeling. That’s how you pity her, that’s how your heart breaks for her.

This was not about romance, but about manipulation and control. But the real highlight of the book is that how Cathy Coote has managed to create the heroine.

She’s playing grown up, but she doesn’t understand what she’s doing until it has been done – and then there is no going back. This book graphically details a sexual relationship between a year-old girl and her year-old high school English teacher. Let me try to explain why.

It reminds me of an unsent letter I wrote to an old flame years ago, chronicling our relationship and the unspoken words surrounding it.

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And, like Lolita — which will always be the competitor for books with this subject matter — it keeps you pretty distant. I couldn’t figure this book out. There are no discussion topics on this book ciote.

And SPOILER the rape at the end wasn’t even shocking because this whole book from the beginning just seemed to be trying way too hard to shock me.

The book just grew on me. She lives with her aunt and uncle who “don’t understand her”, and spends time drawing pornographic and sadistic sketches where she is the one in c Review from Way Too Hot Books “My darling, all of this is my fault. This is not what I was expecting from this book.

This book receives a 1. The plot is simple: May 15, Joshua rated it it was ok Shelves: Not just because she was dating an older man much like I hadbut the way she spoke of her relationship as more a game than an actual event struck an all-too-familiar chord. But the complexities within the story really help to shap While perusing one of the book communities I was apart of, I came across this book.

I knew that something was going to happen with Mr Harrison and his speculations of the two of them. At 16, orphaned, insecure and battling with her demons and obsessions, she sought solace in her sketches, but they were in turn detrimental.

This book is, ultimately, an impressive accomplishment — a serious look at a taboo relationship from the standpoint of examining it on its own terms; with the understanding of how desire and power can work from both ends of the innocence and experience spectrum.


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This is a story and it is a game. Paperbackpages. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. She also draws pornographic sketches in her notebook that depict BDSM type scenes where she is the one in control catgy inflicting pain and humiliation on her female peers from school. I knew that I am a kind of Holy Innocent, after all.

Pulled in by the darker subject matter and the short length, I’m glad I didn’t have to catyy more time to this, but would have happily done so given a catht more depth foote a little less repetition. The story is basically a slow descent into madness and obsession for both parties.

I never once felt pity for this narrator like I do for Lo, plain Lo, in the morning. Jul 09, Kirsten rated it did not like it Shelves: He replaces her incessant need to draw sexual violence yeah… that was a really weak plot point for meand since she no longer has to worry about hovering over her sketchpad at all hours of the day and night, she, in turn, focuses all of her strength and cunning on making him putty in her hands by intentionally playing up her youth and sexuality.