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Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
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Aug 06, 11

bookshelves: deaf, family-problems, friendship, glbtq, guilt, popularity, secrets, privilege, survival, young-adult, reality-tv
Read in August, 2011

Oh, ummmm.... not really sure here..... I listened to this on audio and I know this would not have had the same impact if I had just "read" it.


IF you are ready to take a really WILD ride, this book has it all.
A plane full of teen beauty queens crash lands on a seemingly deserted island. From there it bounces all over tarnation as the girls slowly realize that help is not imminent and they have to face up to what is really important to them.

Full of lots of cliches, stereotypes, pokes and prods and downright slaps in the face as it dances its way through and every possible if not improbable lifestyle these girls could ever have.

It may make feminists laugh, teens blush, and offend countless others.

So if I haven't scared you off, yet- read at your own risk!
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