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Pizza Girl by Jean Kyoung Frazier | Thoughts

Published in : 2020 Format read in : ebook Location : Los Angeles, US Rating : 4/5 Why I read it : I believe I saw this book first on the Morning's ToB longlist and then same day came across a copy in my library's Overdrive catalog and decided to read it. One line review : A slow mental destruction waiting to happen, live, as you read the book - not fun but also reinforces how easy it is to miss the signs. Who should read it : If a little stream-of-consciousness and reading about mental illness is something you gravitate towards, I would recommend this book to you.  Soon, you’ll have your own beautiful boy or girl who will look at you with their perfect little face and you’ll feel love and hope and, mostly, you’ll feel the weight of everything that’s ever happened to you and everything that will ever happen to them and you’ll want to run. Thoughts : At the beginning of Pizza Girl , we learn that our unnamed protagonist is pregnant, just out of high school, and working as a pizz

Audio Book Reading Challenge (2010)



Now audio books are something I don't enjoy much. I started listening to them a few months back, and I still much prefer the real books. Sometimes, it's the annoying reading by the narrator, sometimes, its the plenty of details I miss when I get distracted by something else. But anyways, I am considering doing this challenge at the Addicted level, which involves listening to 12 audio books.

This challenge is hosted at Royal Reviews, and runs January 1st through December 31st. To sign-up, click this link.

Update (Jan 22, 2011): Abandoned this challenge.

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Anonymous said…
Hope you don’t mind that I spotlighted your blog here.
Athira said…
Thanks a lot, J. Kaye!! I am thrilled to receive the award!