Author Cathy Coote’s complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability. The latest Tweets from Cathy Coote (@CathyCoote). Environmental communication expert – using words to change the world #environment # envirocomms. View Cathy Coote’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Cathy has 10 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn.
|Published (Last):||27 September 2004|
|PDF File Size:||12.88 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||4.22 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Cathy Coote | Kirkus Reviews
It’s a very literary book. The dialogue in this novel is awful, often reading like a pornographic film. She opened Pandora’s box.
You trapped a 30 something man in your web and now he’s stuck because he’s ensnared by your golden and youthful lady parts. Apr 04, Bianca rated it did not like it Shelves: His innocence, oh the irony, his bashful personality and his good heart What doesn’t work here, but maybe could in a different setting, with more thought, etc, is the Lolita who knows it all and orchestrates it, the Lolita that is equal parts Lolita and Humbert – she plays the famous “Lolita” knowingly, says so herself, and instead of it coming off as scary or chilling, it just comes across as wank.
A large portion of the dialogue reeks of thoughtless word choice and, on other occasions, shoddy page-fillers. Apr 26, Evan rated it really liked it Shelves: Or maybe my generation is just numb to those sorts of perverse things.
She initiates everything, she manipulates him and seduces and controls. I found this psychological insight into a mind of a troubled, provocative and anything-but-innocent teenager very interesting.
Neither did the sex scenes, because there are some throughout it. From the first page to the last,it kept me uncomfortable and hypnotized at the same time. It was thoughtful and pretty and sentimental. Every single expression she wore and words she spoke was an act of seduction,the way she created an aura of innocence around her in order to manipulate a man to the point where he loses his self control finally and causes destruction for both of them.
Is it supposed to be empowering? Jul 06, Sharon Mariampillai rated it it was ok Shelves: Don’t read this book. She also draws pornographic sketches in her notebook that depict BDSM type scenes where she is the one in control and inflicting pain and humiliation on her female peers from school.
I knew that This is one of the most engrossing books I’ve read in my entire life. I couldn’t figure this book out. The norm in Western Societies is to place all of the blame on the male involved if the relationship presents itself as a male teacher and female student.
The ending, or the last two paragraphs I should say, left me in deep catny.
The book is written as a letter. View all 8 comments. This book is perverted, disgusting, and disturbing.
This is by far my most favorite book on the planet. She’s playing grown up, but she doesn’t understand what she’s doing until it has been done – and then there is no going back.
This book ended up being a book where through the entire thing, I kept waiting for something to happen and it never did. It was criticized, though, for the sexual scenes being too “graphic” and “obscene”.
Books by Cathy Coote and Complete Book Reviews
But damn if I didn’t fall to the ground hard and face first. Apr 13, Mishma added it Shelves: I think the sex scenes really make the meat of the book, since the most character development happens within them.
He puts her on her a pedestal and becomes obsessed with her, but from afar. She is an innocent who acts experienced; he is an experienced who acts innocent.