Booze, sex, and good times. What more could you ask for from a book? Letters To Young Chong is much like the pickled ginger on a sushi plate. As a reader, sometimes you need something spicy to cleanse your palate between complex books. That is what you will find here.
Letters To Young Chong is based on the crazy friendship that developed between two girls on the rural Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Through the beginning chapters, you will read how the friendship was built. In the rural area, they weren't provided with the luxuries of entertainment big city kids have. They learned how to keep ourselves occupied with fast cars, booze and each other.
The friendship survives years of separation and abusive relationships. When they finally meet up again, they fall right back into step. It is obvious though that time has taken its toll and the situations they have lived through change our outlook on the world forever.
So grab a stiff drink and join the Young Chong experience! Jump on the crazy train that readers are describing as an addicting, rowdy story that will make you bust out laughing and cry your eyes out. If you survive this ride, you'll definitely want to stay tuned for the sequel!
"What a great read, I couldn't put it down! Rarely do I read a book that is so entirely relateable. And just as I was thinking I was the only one with crazy relationships and a potential drinking problem! I love that this book takes the double standard out of the equation and says "Yes, I'm a woman, yes I like booze and sex, so what?" I would recommend this book to everyone, especially women who need a good read to make them laugh, cry, and shoot margarita out of there nose (ouch!). Waiting patiently for the next book by this author!" -Chelsea DoEpp of the Books, Booze and Bitchin' Book Club
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A great depiction of life in a small town. I found myself laughing out loud several times. These girls had the adventures you wish you had in high school, but were too afraid to defy your parents to live out. Great read that will take you back in time.