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An Uncommon Surfeit of Lipstick

An Uncommon Surfeit of Lipstick Until after her twenty first birthday Trina was practically perfect a girl entirely without troubles But on the day her Fairy Bad Mother delivered that enormous bag of lipstick everything changed Ra

  • Title: An Uncommon Surfeit of Lipstick
  • Author: RichardMcGowan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • Until after her twenty first birthday, Trina was practically perfect a girl entirely without troubles But on the day her Fairy Bad Mother delivered that enormous bag of lipstick, everything changed Rated PG 13 for language, innuendo, lesbian themes, and drug use.

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      Published :2018-05-27T22:55:18+00:00

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    1. I received this book in the mail yesterday as a winner in a giveaway. At first, I was going to just glance at it and put it on the shelves with the other books to read and review until I finished the three books I was already reading at the moment. I was too intrigued to put it down.First off, the cover and title are most definitely very female. The author, a man. I started to read it just to see how a man would write a book for women. Before I knew it the book was finished mere hours after I s [...]

    2. This was a lighthearted romance written with a touch of parody humor in the style of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, without being so absolutely ridiculous. That's not saying it isn't ridiculous, or that it doesn't have its moments of ridiculousness. How can you not expect parody with a title of An Uncommon Surfeit of Lipstick! Poor Trina is cursed, by her Fairy Bad Mother, Janet, to wear far too much lipstick (used no less) in order to offset her misdeeds and accumulation of unfairly earn [...]

    3. This was a fun read, with an entertaining narration throughout. I really liked the commentary about Berkeley and other areas of California, as I am familiar with them and places like them, and could relate. I also really enjoyed the budding romance--very much the kind of positive relationship some are lucky enough to come across in college. I think my least favorite aspect was actually the whole lipstick-curse, as it never made any sense to me. It certainly didn't seem like Trina had done anythi [...]

    4. This book is a comedic lesbian romance with magical realism.I loved the narrative style. It's light and conversational. The narrator talks directly to the reader. Sometimes that type of narration doesn't work for me. Other times it does. The book is about a woman who is forced to wear lipstick by her "Fairy Bad Mother". It's a wacky premise, and the writing style and plot live up to the premise.It's a fun book. Very enjoyable!Note: Received this book for free, but with no obligation to review.

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