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Flyy Girl

4.21 of 5 stars 4.21  ·  rating details  ·  303 ratings  ·  19 reviews
The bestselling urban classic novel about a young woman coming of age in the late 1980s. Tracy Ellison, a young knockout with tall hair and attitude, is living life as fast as she can. Motivated by the material world, she and her friends love and leave the young men who will do anything to get next to them. It's only when the world of gratuitous sex threatens heartbreak th...more
Hardcover, 512 pages
Published August 7th 2001 by Turtleback Books (first published August 1st 2001)
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LaKeisha
This book was pretty good. I think there may have been a sequel written.
Simone
Omar Tyree captures the voice of middle-class black teenagers in Urban America. The main character, Tracy Ellison, a young girl with knockout looks, sexy, curvy, boy crazy, spoiled and is at times conceited. As she comes of age she is often motivated by the material life of the Hip Hop era in the 1980s.

Tracy gets caught up in the fast life and soon finds herself trapped in a world of violence, drugs and sex. Having gone through a major ordeal living the fast life she starts to do some self-exam...more
Joy Awoniyi
Okay what black girl who grew up in the 90s hasn't read this book? Its true, there are several books with the same story line and theme but this one is a classic. I only give it 4 stars because there are better books out there, but still...its an awesome read. Id recommend this and "coldest winter ever" to young african american females...late teens to early twenties. I definitely was too young to read it...it was a little inappropriate for my age group, i think i was 12 when this book started c...more
JD Switz
This is one of those books I thoroughly enjoyed during my late teen years. I've reread it this year, and the story doesn't have the same hold on me as before. Still, I remember the excitement I got from reading it the first time and you know what they say: First impressions are always the best.
Robins
This book was good. I gave it 4 stars because it was another typical book about a hard headed black girl going through family troubles, having sex, picking the wrong dude and ending up with nothing. Even though Im tired of hearing this same concept the book was good.
Telor
I read this a couple of years back and I still find this book good... I plan on reading this again.. This book really set the bar for author Omar Tyree. This is probably my favorite by him.
Valine
Aug 22, 2012 Valine rated it 5 of 5 stars Recommends it for: yes
Recommended to Valine by: my best friend
love flyy girl. i was into this book in high school , also looking for part 2. its worth the reading . just has you wanting to keep going on to see what happens with tracy
Lupe Díaz
Omar Tyree is the first author that got me hooked on reading! The story of many young hoodrats including me... :) excellent! The story of young America
Ashley
I read this book over the summer of my 7th grade year. It shows how girls love attention and whatever they want they will get it. Also, it shows curiousity.
Janique
I Loved this book! I actually read it for the first time in high school. I have read this book about 6 times. Great read everyone!
Ariel
The book that started it all!! I read this book in 1998 it was the first book that started this love I have for reading. Good book.
Latoya
This was my first Urban fiction book back in the 90's I loved it then, and I still love this book.
Kimberly
Ms Tracie was just a hot mess there in Philly. But who could resist those brown eyes!
Iyannah
thiz iz very gud so far im so glad i got diz book...
Dannah Wilson
Read it over 10 years ago... reading it again now!
Semora Renee
One of my favorite books when I was in high school.
Cherita
Love this book. Could read it over and over.
Sherrie Sharpe
Great book, I read this a long time ago.
Vonnie
Love, Love, Love!
Vonne
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