Francis Bea Bea itibaren Habbanatti, Karnataka 591345, Hindistan
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I was intrigued and engaged the first part of the book, and skimmed through the middle because I was getting tired of Lia's voice. The ending picked up for me. As a mother I found it difficult to read. However, Laurie Anderson is known for her pitch perfect adolescent girl characters and the way she wrote it and the type setting makes for an engaging novel.
I'm astonished and altogether jealous that this book is the work of one individual. "This is the defining moment of your LIFE and you're flitting it away! I'll sandpaper your skin off to wake you up! You people...Mark your chest with the cross! You cut him open you get a religion built in tinder and oil -- one SPARK of imagination gets awakened in your lives and the whole thing goes down in flames. I'll give you blood. I'll give you blood and soap and the water to wash away your miserable fears about the meaning of it all and a little sunshine and joy on the side for good measure and you give me questions?! Fuck St. Paul! And fuck Descartes and Confucius too -- it's like they all got together and built a birch, punk wood town for zombies that you could sell off like bonds and soft commodities but only instead of corn or pumpkins or pillows you're selling righteous indignation and the salt mines that follow well I AM RIGHTEOUS! And I'm written in your marrow and drawn in your water. And Honey...that's the only blessing you'll ever find in this world." -- Pompeii, leader of the animal resistance, just before she shoots a guy in the head