I Was A Teenage Fairy

I Was A Teenage Fairy

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A feisty, sexy fairy helps a young girl heal traumas of her past.
Publisher: New York : Joanna Cotler Books
Copyright Date: ©1998
ISBN: 9780061756757
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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EuSei Aug 12, 2012

This book deals with several touchy subjects such as masturbation, sex, homosexuality, and pedophilia. There is harsh language and drug use. The adult characters are soulless, ambitious, selfish people who either live through their children or abandon them. If this were a movie, it would have been rated "R." 11 year-old Barbie Markowitz is forced into the modeling world by her former beauty-queen mother; her father practically ignores her. Her mother takes her to photographer Hamilton Waverly who's a pedophile and molests her. Barbie looks for solace with her best friend, Mab, the Fairy of the title, who nobody sees; she is cranky, foul-mouthed, unpredictable and longs to be photographed and craves "biscuits" (her code word for handsome men). At 16 Barbie smokes and does too many drugs. She becomes the girlfriend of Todd, an actor who tattoos his girlfriend names in his body. He has a friend, Griffin, a young homosexual model (described by Mab as a "biscuit-lover") who was also molested by Waverly, and is in love with Todd. Certainly not a book for young minds.

KJtheEpicFailure Aug 11, 2012

A nice read peppered with magic, fairies, and of course, the ever lovely homosexual males. :)


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EuSei Aug 12, 2012

EuSei thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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