beauty queen [Linda Glovach] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Go to Google Play Now». beauty queen. Front Cover. linda glovach. Bibliographic information. QR code for beauty queen. Title, beauty queen. You live for the next fix. After a while, it’s totally physical; your body has to have it. But I’m off it for good.”– Linda Glovach Young Adults’ Choices for (IRA).
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Beauty Queen by Linda Glovach. I felt the prick of the needle, but only for a second, because this great rush of warmth quickly followed, encompassing my whole body from my toes right up to the top hair on my head. I couldn’t move for a minute as she guided the needle in and out of my vein.
When she was done, I felt like I had entered heaven. I looked in the mirror and felt beautiful and confident. I fe I felt the prick of the needle, but only for a second, because this great rush of warmth quickly followed, encompassing my whole body from my toes right up to the top g,ovach on my head. I felt this great peace, at last, a warmth, and I knew that everything was going to be okay — and really always had been.
Like time had stopped and I was floating on a cloud. Well, I did, all right. I ended up in Glen Cove General, almost dead.
In truth, you make a deal with the Devil. He takes away your pain, but he owns you. You live for the next fix. After a while, it’s totally physical; your body has to have it. But I’m off it for good. Hardcover quden, pages.
Published October 9th by HarperTeen first published September 18th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Beauty Queenplease sign up. Does anybody know where I can buy this book at?!?!? See 1 question about Beauty Queen…. Lists with This Book. Feb 05, Michelle rated it liked it. This is a very hard book to rate because I am on the fence about it.
I know that is very strange, but every character in this book linad me off with their crap excuses. The main character was dumber than a box of rocks, her best friend was in denial, her mother was a drunk who had taken up with a perv, her boss ignored the bad stuff going on, her boyfriend was a POS, and the one person This is a very hard book to rate because I am on the fence about it.
The main character was dumber than a box of gpovach, her best friend was in denial, her mother was a drunk who had taken up with a perv, her boss ignored the bad stuff ljnda on, her boyfriend was a POS, and the one person I glovsch liked, Angelo, did not do enough to save Sam who was the main character.
Sam did nothing to help herself. I personally thought she was an over indulged spoiled brat who wanted the easy life, but didn’t think she had to work hard to get it. She had the resources to make something of herself and avoid the path she went down, but her motivation to do so was not there. I won’t give anything else away, but expect to either be quite angry or quite sad.
The story is told in diary format like the book, Go Ask Alice. It’s easy to read and with only pages long you can probably breeze right on through it in a day.
View all 10 comments. Aug 07, Patrycja rated it beaufy was ok.
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A teenage stripper happens to come across another stripper shooting up heroin and decides pretty much right there on the spot to try it. This teenage linva grew up with an alcoholic mom and she makes it sound as if she does not want to go down that road, so instead alcohol she chooses an even lower way of life and shoots up heroin. Nobody around her seems to mind her habit, maybe with the exception of her best A qieen stripper happens to come across another stripper shooting up heroin and decides pretty much right there on the spot to try it.
Nobody around her seems to mind her habit, maybe with the exception of her b friend who’s angry and stays away – does not reach out to try lunda help the addict in any way. Unrealistic story, rushed and shallow. Easy enough to read but a bit frustrating, jumping from journal entry to journal entry with no depth to the characters. There are way better books out there about heroin, save yourself some money and skip this one.
Aug 24, Terry rated it it was ok Shelves: For a decade, students in my Junior English classes have come upon this slim volume and really enjoyed it. Like A Child Called “It”this is a book that reluctant-reading teens can get through and feel the same rhapsody that adult readers find in literature.
Because of this, Lidna appreciate what the book can do; it can kick-start a reader.
The story is simple enough, which is its appeal for its audience. It seems to be Sam’s diary. She is a nineteen year old girl who is transpare For a decade, students in my Junior English classes have come upon this slim volume and really enjoyed it. She is a nineteen year old girl who is transparently simple: She moves out, becomes a stripper and heroin user on ylovach same page, 44 in my edition. She gets a mob boyfriend and a dirty-cop boyfriend. She shoots more smack than Keith Richards.
The entire thing takes less than pages. The story is formulaic in the extreme. If the reader wants character development, nuance, or elegant – even workman-like – writing, this isn’t the place to go. There are glovahc better books about addiction. There are many better books about lost teen girls.
But if Recovery Road and Riding in Cars with Boys and Girl, Interrupted and The Perks of Being a Wallflower are too long, too slow, and too deep, this is a straight-line morality tale that can hook a non-reader. View all 4 comments. Dec 07, Eva Leger rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This is just plain terrible. I’m not sure how old this author was when this was written but I have no doubt that the average year-old could have written a better book.
Not only does Queeh give a lknda how-to on how to cook and inject heroin, the diary entries are horrible.
Beauty Queen by Glovach, Linda
Childish when the character is supposed to be years-old, written poorly overall, etc. This is for young adults? I’m so happy that there are books like this available to our children. God forbid they grow up without direction on cooking up shots of heroin.
Glovach should be ashamed of herself. I’ve never read a book that Glovwch thought should be “banned” but this comes awfully close.
View all 5 comments. Dec 17, Storm added it. I couldn’t put it down the second I started reading the first page! I liked how the book was written in a diary format, it was edgy, realistic, and heart warming. I felt that Sam was my dear friend and reading her tragic herion abuse my heart went out to her. She had such a kind, gentle soul and alls she wanted in life was a nice home her and her beloved cat could share.
One thing leads to another and next thing you Beauty Queen, Beauty Queen, Beauty Queen, my goodness was this an amazing book. One thing leads to another and next thing you know glovsch shotting up herion 5 times bewuty day just to feel alive. She had so many things going for her, money, friends who took care of her, and a contagious spirit.
When she meets bewuty man who she thinks she falls in love with you just want to stop her from getting hurt. The end, was so unexpected. I mean to just leave the women you supposedly love and want marry with a glovac ticket and bag waiting at the front door is unheard of.
I think Sam took it a little far though by overdosing just because he didn’t show globach, I thought she was smarter than that, but I guess her magic potion worked against her and finally quern fill that empty hole she’s been digging for a long time. Mar 24, Jessica Facchini rated it really liked it. It’s hard to fully grasp–and write, for that matter– books written in diary form.
Beauty Queen, however, surpasses the norm. The reader is overwhelmed with the rawness of the storyline like it was written like a normal novel. When Sam’s heroin addiction gets worse and worse, the reader sees it even when Sam doesn’t.
Sam is stubborn yet optimistic, lovelorn, and absolutely obsessed with heroin. After she is introduced to it, she needs it to do everything. Dates, work, dinner, everything.