Friday, 17 January 2014

Burn me naked reviewed by Online Book Club

"I thought that, overall, the story was very sad. From the beginning, Daisy gets used to the ideas that love is possession (bugs), that she and others are tools that can be used to achieve ends, and that enemies should be punished by revenge. Later, when she finally manages to have lasting relationships with Sam and Zahara and thinks that she finally loves and is loved by her husband and friend, she is betrayed, finds herself inexcusably used to achieve something so paltry as business success, and returns to these ideas once again, seeking an ultimate revenge."

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