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Reviewing the Unreviewed: January 2015

I read a lot of books that I don’t end up reviewing for whatever reason. Some because I wasn’t impressed. Some because I didn’t have the time. 566 more words


Recent Read: Ugly Girls

Yesterday, I finished Ugly Girls by Lindsay Hunter. And more than 24 hours later, I’m still not entirely sure what I think of it.

A lot of reviews on Goodreads had classified this book as edgy, something that kept you on the edge of your seat throughout it. 380 more words


Review: Ugly Girls

Review for “Ugly Girls” by Lindsay Hunter
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Man, I loved this book…

On the surface it’s the story of two teenaged girls getting into shit–stealing cars, joyriding in the middle of the night, skipping class. 204 more words


Ugly Girls by Lindsay Hunter

If you want to understand the confusing power that is female sexuality and beauty read Ugly Girls by Lindsay Hunter. The books is a grimy hard ride through trailer park poverty. 1,013 more words


Seven Last Minute Finds of 2014

Like me, I’m sure you’ve seen all the top lists of 2014 floating around the inter webs in celebration of the last week of 2014. I’m a big fan of lists, so I thought it would be fun to make a list of the top seven last minute book finds I’ve added to my TBR list thanks to these end of the year lists (and other book recommendations I haven’t mentioned yet this year). 578 more words

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Bookslinger Update: "That Baby"

The Bookslinger app has been updated with a new story!

Today’s story is by Lindsay Hunter and comes from The New Black: A Neo Noir Anthology… 50 more words

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Ugly Girls by Lindsay Hunter

Lindsay Hunter’s debut novel isn’t just about ugly girls. It’s about ugly people, ugly places, ugly lives—“ugly” being used on the deeper, moral level. Hunter presents a host of unlikeable characters living in a box-store world, Denny’s and Circle K and Payless and McDonald’s, trailer parks and cul-de-sacs, where alcoholic mothers suck on brown bottles and oversexed adolescents find that the only fun to be had lies in the back seats of cars and doing doughnuts in a Walmart parking lot. 1,404 more words

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