College Girl

College Girl

Book - 2008
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Struggling with private demons from her home life in spite of her attractiveness and ambition, sexually naive college senior Natalie Bloom falls for an untrustworthy man who preys on her insecurities, and manipulates her into self-destructive behaviors.
Published: New York : Riverhead Books, 2008.
ISBN: 9781594488535
Branch Call Number: F WEI
Characteristics: 328 p. ;,21 cm.


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cgloden Oct 23, 2012

I really liked this book! It was very sad and depressing but a great story of learning about herself and growing from a girl to a woman. The middle part made me so angry because she was letting him walk all over her but she finally realized she was better than that and got the courage to make a change.

Lexicon_ Dec 01, 2011

Weitz has created a very likeable character in Natalie Bloom, whom you shadow as she experiences the University of Connecticut and all the pieces of university life. Natalie is a well-rounded character, with insight that a wide variety of readers can relate to. However, halfway through the book, the plot becomes not unlike a broken record, and the narrative becomes scratchy and dull. It is clear the suicide of a close family member haunts Natalie, but is it responsible for her fall from straight A's, or is it her desire to fit in? We don't really find out. The end suddenly jumps from present tense to future tense within paragraphs, and the ending is less than satisfying. I was really disappointed.


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Lexicon_ Dec 01, 2011

Other: Suicidal fantasies

Lexicon_ Dec 01, 2011

Sexual Content: Fellatio


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