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Girl Factory
     

Girl Factory

2.6 3
by Jim Krusoe
 

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Things don't always work out the way they ought to—or do they?—in this unsettling darkly comic novel. Filled with memorable characters, Girl Factory is an exploration of memory, desire, and the nature of storytelling.
A yogurt parlor in a corner mall somewhere in the city of St. Nils contains a dark secret in its basement, and Jonathan, the mostly

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Girl Factory 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
vanella More than 1 year ago
Girl Factory is an engaging and original. Some of the other reviewers have seen it as a commentary on the objectification of women, but I think a more apt theme is how we are all limited by circumstance, and live in suspended animation. The well-meaning and immature protagonist finds himself in absurd situations and attaches to himself the responsibility for rescuing others. All the experiments (and emotions that go along) are a perfect allegory for a young man's confusion while he sorts out how to treat women.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ewwww