Normal Girl by Molly Jong-Fast


jong-fast, molly - normal girl(thumbs_side) Some people that are born with all the financial and social status privilege imaginable are lacking in the areas of self-worth and fulfilling relationships that are needed to develop a happy existence.

The main character of this novel is a spoiled, selfish 19-year-old who turns to hard drugs and alcohol to quell her pains. Anything you can name, she has been on it. It’s hardcore.

She goes to rehab, and tries to change her life. The typical druggie story.

What I really didn’t like about this book is how unrealistic some of the drug references were, like the writer really didn’t know what they were talking about for some of it.

The book just seems to be written in a hurry of passion, not really doing any of the artwork or research of going into details or character development. I mean, I got into it ok, but that was mostly for the overall theme – not really the writing.


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