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What She Saw...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Jack Frost

    This story will be short because the lack of feedback. J2004dog and the guard reached the arena, he pulled off the best prank ever. He tried to twist away to trick him, and the guard tottally fell for it. Next stiry at minecraft r 6

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2013

    Jack Frost

    Book coming soon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2001

    So, so

    I believe that the general concept of this book is great. The idea of portraying the dating escapades of the modern 20-something female. However, I believe Lucinda Rosenfeld's work falls short of its goal. The main character in this book isn't a typical woman, she is slightly misguided and deranged. However, the worst aspect of this book is that it never has any true point. It is just a collection of chapters that intertwine due to the main character and little else and the ending never ties it together.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2000

    What I Saw...

    In my compulsion to read something tragically endearing and self-deprecatingly funny, I devoured this over the weekend on the strength of The New Yorker excerpt. As you might expect, that excerpt contained the best chunk of her novel. However, it fell into line nicely as part of the evolution of one young woman's bout with insecurity and promiscuity, her trials with too much cellulite and not enough eating. The novel's post-feminist, woman-defined-by-man tone succeeds where Ally McBeal disappoints, but I found the initial chapters awkwardly paced while the final piece seemed truncated, misplaced, almost, amongst the fourteen prior pieces that tended to read more like memoir than fiction. Rosenfeld's an obvious talent, a delicious stylist whom I'll watch with interest. But ultimately, like her character, I was left unfulfilled in that way you sometimes feel after a one-night stand even though the sex was great.

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