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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A Must Read

College Girl is something that I've never read before. This book can connect you in life feeling those emotions that Natile had. At one point all of us had those feelings about a guy not knowing what to do or how to act. While reading this book I couldn't put it down, i...
College Girl is something that I've never read before. This book can connect you in life feeling those emotions that Natile had. At one point all of us had those feelings about a guy not knowing what to do or how to act. While reading this book I couldn't put it down, it kept catching my attention I guess you may say. But what I'm trying to say is that it's a great book and I recommanded a lot of my friends to read, they loved the book.

posted by Volleyballplayer21 on February 21, 2009

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A somewhat painful read

This book was almost painful to read. Not because of the writing - that was pretty good; almost stream of consciousness but with better grammar and sentence construction. No, the painful part of this was the main character, Natalie Bloom. A twenty year old college stude...
This book was almost painful to read. Not because of the writing - that was pretty good; almost stream of consciousness but with better grammar and sentence construction. No, the painful part of this was the main character, Natalie Bloom. A twenty year old college student just going to UConn after spending time at community college first, Natalie has no self-esteem and isn't sure how to interact with the other students around her. Weitz makes us feel her pain, her uncertainty. The novel covers the semester that Natalie "grows up" if you will, and describes, in painful detail, all the false steps Natalie takes.

Maybe the reason this was so hard to read is that many of the feelings expressed by Natalie are so familiar. I imagine that most every woman in the world has felt them at some time.

posted by Dulcibelle on February 8, 2009

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  • Posted September 27, 2011

    Boring!

    This book was soo boring! I gave it until chapter 5 to grab my attention and it never did. I never looked forward to reading it cuz it was just miserable. I thought the book was pretty lame too. Hope nobody else waste their time on this book.

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