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The Dirty Truth

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  70 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Warning this book contains highly sexual material.

This book brings to light, sex in hockey, and how common group sex has become over the past several years. It contains confessional short stories from various Puck Bunnies, players girlfriends, players and fans. I wrote this book to open peoples eyes to the new "Media Generation" of teenagers that openly participate in gro
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Published April 19th 2010 by Author Solutions (first published April 15th 2010)
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Matthew Tisdale
I don't usually write reviews of books, however, in this circumstance I will. I am a young father of a four year old girl. This book horrified me. I thought I was a pretty libral guy - pretty much open to anything. To read how young girls act and think about sex today made me want to lock up my daughter and throw away the key. When you become a father to a girl - your entire thought process changes. I am not innocent of past indiscretions however, teenagers today scare the crap out of me. I will ...more
shannon
is this even real? i have no idea, but as a hockey fan and a sex-positive female, i was either dying laughing or cringing in horror at this book. the strange thing is that i'm not actually sure what i think about the information presented here, and it's causing me to think about some of my own viewpoints about sex positivity, and when i work those out in my head i will definitely have to come back and discuss it more.

there are some structural problems -- it drove me nuts that you don't know at
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Paige Davidson
Shocking!!!!!!! Still cringing and trying to take in what I read in this book and it's been over a month since I read it. As a parent it makes your stomach turn. As a former wild child the things in this book still shocked me. It's such a shame that young girls feel the need to act this way in order to feel loved or needed. It's such a shame. This is certainly a book (wouldn't call it a novel) every parent should be reading. It's important to know what teenagers today are like to help our kids a ...more
Shainna
While the subject matter was interesting, it was not well written. There were many, many typos (usually involving homophones like to/too). It was also difficult to tell at times, where the actual story ended and the author's input began. It should have been more developed, as well. I was very disappointed that the end was composed of a dictionary of terms (few, if any, of which were the author's own work, they seemed to be from Urban Dictionary or a hockey site), a list of teams and leagues and ...more
Mia Hastings


My girlfriend ordered this book and told me about it. It sounded dumb! She insisted I read it. I couldn't believe it at first. It was gross that these girls would do things like this just to sleep with a hockey player. I really felt bad when I read the part of the gay hockey players though. It made me realize how hard of a time they must have. They can't really tell their teammates that they are gay. I mean I can't recall any hockey players being openly gay in the NHL. Although it makes sense th
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Ashley Jessip
I wasn't sure how to rate this book. I agree with most of the other reviews. It certainly is not a masterpiece. However, it is one of the most honest books I have ever read. I laughed and cried while reading this book for many reasons.

I dated an OHL player and these things really happen. That is the scariest part of reading this book - knowing it's reality!

I felt so bad for these girls. You have to wonder how low someone's self esteem has to be for these girls to do the things they do. Having k
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Mia Hastings
My girlfriend ordered this book and told me about it. It sounded dumb! She insisted I read it. I couldn't believe it at first. It was gross that these girls would do things like this just to sleep with a hockey player. I really felt bad when I read the part of the gay hockey players though. It made me realize how hard of a time they must have. They can't really tell their teammates that they are gay. I mean I can't recall any hockey players being openly gay in the NHL. Although it makes sense th ...more
Jane Holloway
Disturbing! It's shocking what some young girls will do to have sex with a 'celebrity'. The same thing happens with rock stars etc., groupies have always been around but to read what some young girls will do was quite sickening. Who cares that the book is not well written,it was not written to win awards but to bring the nasty truth to everyone's attention. As long as we continue to idolize sports people and pay them huge amounts of money to play a game there will be these sad victims who will b ...more
Gemma Riley
Jan 24, 2013 Gemma Riley marked it as to-read
I just read the reviews for this book and they have me a little concerned. I know my daughter has this book and I asked her to let me read it. She claims it has been on loan to her friends. I decided I would go ahead and order it to see what kind of book this is and if I need to sit down and have a talk with her about it's contents. From the reviews it looks like that will certainly be the case.
Gillybilly (gillian)
I really still don't know what to think of this book. I know it all happens. You're sitting at a hockey game and you watch how certain girls act, dress and flaunt themselves in front of the players. However, to actually read what really happens and what is going through these girls minds is so crazy. These girls need help. Hell the players need help!
Bookgeek
This book was crazy! I couldn't believe the things I was reading. It is certainly an interesting read. I recommend it highly if you can stomach a lot of dirty talk. The things some of these girls are willing to do just baffled me. I past this book around for some of my co-workers to read. I think if you have daughters it is a must read.
Helen Faux
I am unsure what to think of this book. I must give it 5 stars simply because it's a book that is now burnt into my mind and I will be talking about with family and friends for a long time. Terribly written. Subject matter intense. These girls stories effected me in so many ways. I don't even know how to review this book at all.
Tannis Obberman
A scandalous collection of poorly written sex stories. A very poorly written yet gripping novel. Something that everyone should be reading. It tackles some of the most important things that young teenagers face today. It's also interesting that one of the stories tackles the issue of homosexual teens in sports.
Judy Connie
LMAO As strange as this book seems, I know girls who have done the same sort of things with our local hockey teams. The book is weird, sad and disturbing laughable at times. It's not really a novel more of a group of told events compiled together.
Tevon Parks
Had to laugh when I read this book. So many of my high school friends were like this and into hockey players.
Katie Lenoard
WOW! This is a crazy book. Not well written but mind-blowing!
Cara Mullins
I dunno great book but very twisted haha
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