Official Review: Don't Grow Up To Be A Crack Whore

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Re: Official Review: Don't Grow Up To Be A Crack Whore

Post by gumbii2662 » 20 May 2017, 15:10

Well, you've grabbed my attention! I like your review and this book is now on my list!

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Post by H0LD0Nthere » 21 May 2017, 17:28

Sounds like a clever book and a great review. Truly, crack whore is one of parents' worse fears for kids, the reason we sometimes overreact to misbehavior.
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Post by kina » 24 May 2017, 10:33

When I first saw the title, I had originally thought it would be a sort of nonfiction book for adults or some sort of biography about the dangers of drugs. Honestly, I'm so glad I was wrong. It sounds like a quick, humorous read. I kind of wish more was included besides the single poem, though.

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Post by Riki » 26 May 2017, 20:48

I would love to see a collection of poetry either centered around this piece or the themes presented in this piece. I actually really loved the length of Don't Grow Up To Be a Crack Whore because that's what made it such a quick and humorous read. And maybe the title was pulling a bit of extra attention, because how could anyone pass up that title? But the piece itself is still wonderfully funny and I want more of that humor!
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Post by Miss_BeckyG » 12 Jan 2019, 23:59

The title does grab one's attention. I want to read it just to get a kick out of it. I do hope the author added a few more pages to it. Great review!
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