The best place to hide is in a lie…I could never fit in to the life my parents demanded. By the time I was thirteen, it was too much. I ran away to New York City…and found a nightmare that lasted three years. A nightmare that began and ended with a pimp named Luis. Now I am Dirty Anna. Broken,... show more
The best place to hide is in a lie…I could never fit in to the life my parents demanded. By the time I was thirteen, it was too much. I ran away to New York City…and found a nightmare that lasted three years. A nightmare that began and ended with a pimp named Luis. Now I am Dirty Anna. Broken, like everything inside me has gone bad.Except that for the first time, I have a
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Just how long do you think you can hide from your past? Lies are easier to tell and silence says nothing. Aren’t people supposed to accept you the way you are, with no strings attached? In a perfect, that would see logical but we don’t live in a perfect world and gossip travels fast and people love ...
I received this book for free from YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.SUMMARYAnna has spent three years living in New York as an underage prostitute. When she’s sent back home, she hopes she can keep the secre...
The title of this book is reflective of the subject. Stacey Trombley's book forces you to take a look at your naked self. The self you hide under layers of image, status, reputation. The self that compels you to do whatever is necessary to keep your image untarnished, you status untouchable, your re...
I think what made me select Naked for review was that I was looking for something dark and real after having finished All the Rage by Courtney Summers. In All the Rage the subject matter was rape, and how society criminalizes the victims. Naked was about teenage runaway’s and teenage prostitution. Y...
Über Debüt-AutorInnen in einer Rezension zu schreiben, ist meist ein undankbarer Job. Die Informationen, die man über diese AutorInnen findet, sind oft wirklich mickrig und gehen selten über das hinaus, was der Verlag und die Schreiberlinge selbst zusammengestellt haben. Bei Stacey Trombley ist das ...
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