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Hello Kitty Must Die by Angela S. Choi
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Aug 16, 2011

it was ok

I have NO idea how to rate this! A book that starts with a girl (actually, a twenty-eight-year-old lawyer, although she seems far younger) trying to take her own virginity with a dildo is likely to be a bit unpredictable.

Unfortunately, for me it quickly devolved into "WHAT is going on here?" When Fiona realizes what Sean is doing she doesn't react remotely how I would expect any person, especially a lawyer, to react, and her own behavior throughout makes less and less sense.

I had thought this book would be about the difficulties of relating to a traditional Chinese family when you've become Americanized. It wasn't. It WAS about letting your parents push you around and then taking utterly insane measures to get out of situations.

All this said, I did read it in a single night because I couldn't stand not knowing how it ended. So there's that. :)

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