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  • By EminemsRevenge
    Jul 29, 2009
    "Re: Censorship the way to sell books?" I think one of my Uberfans spoofed Lori's name from the mass e-mail I sent out since "Jew Girl" seems like an offensive title...
  • By Mel Hopkins
    May 22, 2009
    "TAKE ME HOME NYC" Jew Girl is a little hard to follow in the very beginning of the story however once I got through the first few pages, I found that the author has created captivating and identifiable characters. Note: Eminemsrevenge should be easy with the fonts, because sometimes the words tend to run together. Love the after-word, and the glossary, nice touch.
    Dec 23, 2007
    "JEW GIRL" A fully endowed story about culture in New York. A dance of the vernacular of now and a way to see things from a perspective somewhat familiar, but organically real. this book breathes and allows the reader to feel as if they are there in the streets, the smells and the overall sentiment of a real slice of New York. Where this book is better than fiction is not the story at all but the way the author is pointing a direction to let everyone see the "truths" we hid behind so that it does not have to make us feel bad. But like anything swept under a rug long enough, it eventually stinks and someone has to pay the price. This book asks me, are we paying the price? Are we even awake? I have to reread it again because the message I got from it was just that profound but done in the tapestry of the experiences of people very much like someone you'd know. A read that would make any weekend not be the same afterward. John Moseley
  • By Jennifer Wheeler
    Dec 16, 2006
    "In our face" I can't recommend this book to anyone. The author clearly has an axe to grind. The book is designed to make troubled inner-city kids think that Jewish people are cool. They are cool by the way. The problem, as I see it, is that inner-city kids don't need to have their moral beliefs trashed to make them think that. The author, who I believe is Debbie Schlussel, doesn't seem to understand that. I think inner-city kids need positive role models and for me the "Howard Stern approach" is not the right way to go. Just my 2 cents.
  • By Paul Wood
    Sep 20, 2006
    "Re: trash" I have seen quite a few of these reviews around the Internet by people who haven't read the book, and you have to applaud Eminem's Revenge for not purging all the negative comments as most people are inclince to do. The book is difficult reading, and a bit stodgy in certain places, but it is certainly not as ponderous as some people would have you think. Grumpy Old Bookman probably has one of the best reviews for this book. Many of the detractors are sour grape artists.
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Product Details

June 28, 2006
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.47 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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