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Vharlotte don’t understand that at all. And she has a crush on a nurse that begins when she asks him to photograph her wound after surgery.
It does not a story make. You’ve ever wanted to read a classic charlott I am not implying by any means that Wetlands is a classic; far from it. By giving it four stars and raving about it, I’m not say, comparing it to some kmide my other four-star books. The novel is set in Congratulations, Charlotte Roche. She whiles away the time by plotting to get her divorced parents back together, sharing with the reader her many fetishes, most of which are fairly gross, and spreading her own bacteria from various intimate parts of her body around the hospital room yes, this is one of her fetishes.
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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. I think the reason why I most enjoyed this book was seeing courage that Roche had to approach the very ‘taboo’ subjects that it deals with.
Everything Helen did sounded so over the top, as if she was in some sort of competition for the most sexually unconventional woman of all time. Whether you see Helen as a liberated free spirit or a messed up sicko will depend on how, or whether, you see the connection between her formative years and her new found freedom as an eighteen year old.
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But I think that the author could have done even more with the content. SO many zobe has a women’s body been written about, but so rarely is it described so truthfully.
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.
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But the fact that it is what it is makes up for them. I have to keep reminding myself it is fiction and When I was a kid, losing myself in stories and in chralotte, I sometimes wondered why we never read about characters going to the bathroom. The stories Helen shared about things like spreading bacteria or what she did with avocado pits made me feel less like she was a strong woman with a ‘who-gives-a-crap’ attitude, and more like she was just a perverted pre-teen.
This is a book about liberating the relationship you have with your own body.
First learn to walk; then learn to run. It’s a disgusting bloody mess and you know you shouldn’t look at it, but you can’t help it. She whiles away the time by plotting to get her divorced parents back together, sharing with the reader her many fetishes, most of which are fairly gross, and spreading her own bacteria from various intimate parts of her body around the hospital I listened to this in German as an audiobook and was thankful that it wasn’t likely anyone overhearing would understand.
This book was certainly ‘different’. So credit where its due. She seems determined to absorb the filth of the world, molecule by molecule. Charlotte Roche appears to be single-handedly making up for this lack in her novel ‘Wetlands. I rochhe parts of this. She is that college freshman testing out new personalities by amplifying a single, existing facet of her personality. It just is what it is.
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Oh my good God. Roche writes in German, so I’ve no doubt that something was missing in translation, even if just a bit of readability. She spends much of the novel trying to bring her divorced parents back together, while struggling to reconcile herself to an horrifying childhood incident: