The Girl Must Die A Monster Girl Memoir This is for the Real McCoy Monster Girls not because they WANT to be but because they need to be For some it s a calling their actions directed by an unknown force For others it s in their blood The

  • Title: The Girl Must Die: A Monster Girl Memoir
  • Author: Erika Lopez Jeffrey Hicken
  • ISBN: 9780984401406
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is for the Real McCoy Monster Girls not because they WANT to be but because they need to be For some it s a calling, their actions directed by an unknown force For others, it s in their blood The DNA that has been passed down from The Beginning of Time, back when tiny people lived in transistor radios, vaginas had teeth, and Neanderthal Monster Girls squatted throuThis is for the Real McCoy Monster Girls not because they WANT to be but because they need to be For some it s a calling, their actions directed by an unknown force For others, it s in their blood The DNA that has been passed down from The Beginning of Time, back when tiny people lived in transistor radios, vaginas had teeth, and Neanderthal Monster Girls squatted through The First Supper, leading to the tantrums and quiet tensions of post modern dinner tables of today.This is for the ones who must white knuckle it through polite society We eat sugar free nothing, for we are sugar Granular Unrefined Evil There s no on off switch, no safety net, no do overs or practice throws You have one chance, and one chance only, like a fearless tightrope walker One mis step and you ll plummet into the gorge of mediocrity.Erika Lopez wrote books like Flaming Iguanas for Simon Schuster before she hit the skids and ended up on welfare Some say it s because she s mean Some say it s because she s loud Some say it s because she told people to get her books at the library Regardless, she s back and taking her rightful place at the head of the rickety kid s table with the prettiest little brick of a book she s ever made Its existence is a metaphor for coming out of hell clutching a handful of flowers It s about white knuckling it through a seemingly endless tour of The Abyss, and realizing that whatever doesn t kill you will eventually turn you on.

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    One thought on “The Girl Must Die: A Monster Girl Memoir”

    1. I'm soooo shocking you couldn't possibly understand me. I'm so shocking that all I can talk about is how much I want to be raped and how much I want to suck dick, and I'm damn good at it. I'm so shocking that I'm a middle class white man who turned into a half puerto rican girl on welfare. I am the fucking most shocking of the shocking and you just don't get me. You know what's depressing about this book? Erika Lopez can write. She seems intelligent enough, well spoken, and well educated, but so [...]

    2. I've been waiting a good 10 years for Erika's return to novels, and this was more raw and "real" than anything I could have ever imagined. Some of the content had me gasping or cringing at some points, which just means it did its job at getting me emotionally involved and responding.Not for the faint of heart, but when was Erika ever?The approach to these past experiences is refreshing - no regrets, no victims, and a different way of acknowledging and accepting that our pasts and life experience [...]

    3. >This book isnt about being 'shocking' or controversial. Its about life treating you like shit and then turning around and selling that manure to farmers. Its about laughing at how shitty and uncontrollable life is instead of jumping into traffic. Its about aging and irrelevance. Definitely not everyones cup of tea, but some of us prefer coffee anyhow

    4. Comics, rants, quotes, confessions, axioms - all organized under the banner of memoir - form a sweet little brick of a book that is capable of kicking your ass and then picking you up off the floor. If you're a creative person (especially a creative woman) trying to honor your art and your life and figure out what the hell you DO with all of that while everyone around you seems to be cracking up, giving up, or crashing and burning all around you, this book is literally capable of saving your lif [...]

    5. DNF, no rating. I must not be the target audience for this, because it just came off as disorganised, self-contradictory babble. I can't really sympathise with the author's apparent struggles or the strange places she takes the tenuous thread of narrative. Maybe it all got explained or wrapped up or tied together somewhere, but I simply couldn't finish this "book" (maybe "collection of loosely related beat poems" would be a more apt, if not concise, moniker for it). Like I said, I'm probably jus [...]

    6. It just wasn't for me. It was interesting, but it didn't keep my attention for longer than a few pages at a time.

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