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I loved parts of this. I ended up checking the book out and staying up late to finish it. Helen wages a personal war against the tampon industry by making her own, and in fact leaves one of these crafts behind in the elevator of the hospital.

If it had managed to mix in some pretty prose, or wittier writing then I’d be singing it’s praises from the rooves – but it did what it set out to do, I think. Honestly, I wasn’t grossed out or amused by any of it. I’m passing this book onto every person that I know and I can’t wait to hear what they have to say.

It’s in it’s own complete different world. Easy to read, with some interesting ideas that deserve to be discussed, and which, because they are presented to us by a not entirely functional teenage girl, can’t be viewed as dogmatic assertions, despite how she herself may present them.

Helen the main characterspeaks over and over about how repressed and ‘hygienic’ her mother and other women are, and I think she has a valid point. Helen can’t stand the obsession with hygiene – she not only doesn’t wash her hands after peeing, she doesn’t even wipe and this is by far the least extreme of her practices.

Being sexual without being sexy is not any kind of achievement; in fact, it’s the very reason ‘humping’ was coined as a sex verb in the first place. Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Helen also likes to eat her own scabs and snot — and all sorts of other things not found on any sort of menu.

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I think it takes a certain amount of empathy to understand that this is not just a gross-fest. I don’t care what she says, hygiene is a good thing. It is definitely not your average story, and it was certainly NOT what I was expecting.


According to her, we are all slaves of hygiene, except for her, who’s a maverick of dirtiness. I especially think this fear grows from a sexist sentiment too, as I read this and began to think about how boys feel and act about their bodily functions.

My friend pushed this book onto me, insisting that I read it.

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The ‘gross-out’ parts made me feel like the book was written by a teenage boy with ridiculous fantasies of what women do behind closed doors. There’s a weird thing that sometimes happens where people think that if a book is insistently explicit sexually without coming close to being porn, or even slightly titillating, it must be important.

In the end, we do realize Helen has a bit of a human side, knowing her feelings about what her mother did, although how she left the hospital room was a bit unnerving. Where the narrative learns you sic that life is a pile of shite, and then. Reading this book is like trying to avoid eye contact with the creepy man at a party who appears to have some sort of monstrous social disease.

I am not afraid. Zone umide-Charlotte Roche Sere. It was absolutely disgusting and made me cringe at most points and laugh at a few, but I was still strangely intrigued by this book.

What is more, hygiene matters aside, I thought this book was very poorly written, but then I don’t know if that’s the author or the translator’s fault. And, mischievously, she also likes to have other people taste her ‘delicatessens’ without knowing.

To view it, This book featured on the cover of the Sunday Times magazine and I got it because I was morbidly attracted to the controversy and cringing sickness that the review highlighted. The idea being that a happy woman meaning she has snagged abloke and a white picket fence can now finally pack up the Cleopatra Grip technique in favour of.

I can only tell you that, as with the vain boasting of all 18 year-olds who umied still a few years away from realizing that just because they’ve never thought of something before, it doesn’t mean no one has, it is much less shocking than it tiresome.


Yet another missed opportunity to assert female sexuality independent of some underlying emotional emptiness. However, while you are reading it, your mind will wander among all of the other things it could be reading – books where language is beautiful; books that are written by authors who, instead of hauling out the thesaurus when they’ve run out of ways to talk about their character’s assholes, never even bring them up; books where the story, though perhaps at times harrowing, is ultimately worthwhile, one that will stay with you throughout your life, and mean different things to you as you age.

And, I can offer you the following guidelines: It does not a story make. A sensation it does, even perhaps a needed one, but. I can completely understand that this is a book that you would roch love or hate and to most peoples tastes, it would most probably be too unsettling to read and I admit that it was very repulsive.

Honestly, I’m not sure what I expected. Roce 20, Il fascino del contrabbassista.

Write a customer review. Charlotte Roche is playful, though.

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A highly weird and entertaining read for those with a strong stomach. In umidw interim, she thinks about her life and all the sex she has and that time she got so high with her friend that they actually drank each other’s puke because some of the pills they had popped went undigested. Not to mention that ‘Wetlands’ is so poorly written that it shouldn’t be allowed to make charlotfe sort of statement about anything. It was like being inside somebody’s head and body – uncensored.

She spends much of the novel trying to bring her divorced parents back together, while struggling to reconcile herself to an horrifying childhood incident: So credit where its due. I found it to be a psycological profile of a very disturbed charltote with some serious mental problems.