#1
I've heard good things about The Lovely Bones and I might want to use it for 12th grade English project, but I think it might be a chick book....

comments?
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#2
Well it sounds like The Lovely Boners which would definitely not be a chick book. So I'm gonna go with no.
#3
It's a chick book, but that really shouldn't mean anything to you if you want to read it read it
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#4
Anything with the word "lovely" has to be a chick-related thing.
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#5
pfft just go with The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. Hell, I'll even tell you the theme:
You get some nice slacks, you get laid.

#6
Well do you want to read it? Then go nuts.
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#8
I like sports, beer and barbecued meat, I thought it was a great book
#9
Hey, my girlfriend just lent that to me and I haven't read it yet, but the first page the main character says she died a "horrific murder!" Apparently, the book is about a girl who's narrarating from the afterlife, watching what her family goes through and stuff. I dunno, doesn't really strike me as a "chick book." Seems like you could apply that kind of story to yourself... I mean, unless it starts talking about periods and boyfriends and such, which, considering the bitch is dead, probably wont happen.

Maybe we should both read it and discuss, eh?