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Six Weeks to Toxic by Louisa McCormack
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Six Weeks to Toxic

by Louisa McCormack

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Alright but the sex scenes didn't need to be so graphic. They read like some one was trying to write for Playgirl. I hope she writes more but stay away from sex scenes just for the sake of having sex scenes. ( )
  KarenAJeff | Nov 28, 2009 |
Sex in the City, in Toronto. I did not like this book. I just re-read it, and don't know why I kept it after the first reading. There are two characters in the book, plus a dog, that I don't just hate. The main character and her best friend are pretentious and irritating and just ugh.

I don't find talking about bj's and orgasms and such as particularly daring -- so books that are full of self-righteous references to such just bug me. People who are so self-righteously self-aware and so much better than everyone because they wear the right shoes bug me more.

This book just bugs me. I can't believe I read it twice. I will be getting rid of my copy very soon. ( )
  randomarbitrary | Apr 30, 2009 |
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