Paulina Fran kindle Ð eBook

eBook ↠ Paulina Fran é Rachel B. Glaser

Y the couple creating a rift that will shape their lives well past the halcyon days of art school Crackling with bon mots and knowing snapshots of that moment when the carefree cocoon of adolescence opens into the permanent unknowable future Paulina Fran is both a sparkling dance party of a novel and the debut novel of a writer with rare insight into the complexities of obsession friendship and prickly ever elusive lov I had a really good time with this book Everytime I opened the pages I looked forward to spending time in the life of Paulina and Fran While I can see how this book is definitely not for everyone I really enjoyed the over exaggerated characters and their toxic damaging behavior I know some readers criticized the non existing character growthI actually liked this fact It was a really interesting take on how often humans want the whole world to change but even with best intentions fall back into old behavioral traps Definitely one of my favorites so far this year and hope to read of hers

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Paulina FranA story of friendship art sex and curly hair an audaciously witty debut tracing the pas de deux of lust and love between two young uncertain conflicted art students At their New England art school Paulina and Fran both stand apart from the crowd Paulina is striking and sexually adventurous a self proclaimed ueen bee with a devastating mean girl streak With her gorgeous untamed head of curly hair Fran is uirky sweet and Oh MyThis was a 199 speciala sauna read for me Some of you know that I often have a book or two going when I take a sauna at my house I read them on my old Kindle For some reason This Kindle won't dieit takes heat and steam with no complaints So My complaints for this novel? Well for 199 I really can't complain that much now can I? It was 'kinda' good'kinda' engaging''kinda sexy' 'kinda funny''kinda annoying'and 'kinda' intriguing in an artsy wayThis is an odd story2 women become 'obsessive' close friends a honeymoon friendship where all other friendships are forgotten But Trouble begins when THE GUY comes into the story2 women 1 guy Sounds kinda hot? Well not so muchbecause the women are in Competition for the guy Silly women Have we not learned anything yet? Plusthese are not the most lovable characters in the world either Ha I'm being nice You'll hate Paulina You want to smack her You won't want to 'smack' Fran in the same way but you might want to toss her into a ice cold lake to wake he up Fran's dull and Paulina is narcissistic Hell I don't know It's not like I'm going to choose this novel as my 'go to recommend' novelbut I enjoyed this weird pathetic and sometimes sexy and funny oddball novel For a sauna 199 readI'd rate it 3 stars maybe even 34

Rachel B. Glaser é Paulina Fran ePub

Paulina Fran kindle Ð eBook è A story of friendship art sex and curly hair an audaciously witty debut tracing the pas de deux of lust and love between two young uncertain conflicted art students At their New England art school Paulina and Fran both stand apart from the crowd Paulina is striking and sexually adventurous—a self proclaimed ueen bee Sexually innocent An aspiring painter whose potential outstrips her confidence she floats dreamily through criticisms and dance floors alike On a school trip to Norway the girls are drawn together each disarmed by the other’s charismaThough their bond is instant and powerful it’s also wracked by complications When Fran winds up dating one of Paulina’s ex boyfriends an incensed Paulina becomes determined to destro I'm not like other girls You can't straighten my curls PJ HarveyIt's rare to be so utterly entertained by a novel and also to feel it to fully believe in the people inside the world of the book This is an intelligent funny as hell hip sad speedway of a novel I loved it I gobbled it Long live the short novel Rachel Glaser uses telling in such wonderful ways here to plunge us into the lives of the characters into the everyday the routines You can learn so much and feel so much in a paragraph Time passes uickly but I still felt nostalgic for what had come before The scenes burst out like firecrackers The dialogue is genius and often hysterically funnyI think this novel is about how hard it is to attach ourselves to other people friends lovers anyone It's terrifying to allow closeness to accept the other body We fight it We grow cruel We seek out intimacy We fail Just read it ok? See yourself in it Deny you see yourself in it Have you ever been jealous? Have you ever lashed out at someone you love because you know exactly how to hurt them? I can't wait for Glaser on my shelf