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Pizza Girl In The Tradition Of Audacious And Wryly Funny Novels Like The Idiot And Convenience Store Woman Comes The Wildly Original Coming Of Age Story Of A Pregnant Pizza Delivery Girl Who Becomes Obsessed With One Of Her CustomersEighteen Years Old, Pregnant, And Working As A Pizza Delivery Girl In Suburban Los Angeles, Our Charmingly Dysfunctional Heroine Is Deeply Lost And In Complete Denial About It All She S Grieving The Death Of Her Father Who She Has In Common With Than She D Like To Admit , Avoiding Her Supportive Mom And Loving Boyfriend, And Flagrantly Ignoring Her FutureHer World Is Further Upended When She Becomes Obsessed With Jenny, A Stay At Home Mother New To The Neighborhood, Who Comes To Depend On Weekly Deliveries Of Pickled Covered Pizzas For Her Son S Happiness As One Woman Looks Toward Motherhood And The Other Towards Middle Age, The Relationship Between The Two Begins To Blur In Strange, Complicated, And Ultimately Heartbreaking WaysBold, Tender, Propulsive, And Unexpected In Countless Ways, Jean Kyoung Frazier S Pizza Girl Is A Moving And Funny Portrait Of A Flawed, Unforgettable Young Woman As She Tries To Find Her Place In The World

10 thoughts on “Pizza Girl

  1. says:

    I loved the tender and messy emotions in Pizza Girl even as I wantedfrom the book too The novel follows an unnamed eighteen year old pregnant pizza girl, who feels suffocated by the care of her supportive mother and doting boyfriend and haunted by the death of her

  2. says:

    They could support a teenage pregnancy, but not this, not a person who drifted from one moment to the next without any idea about where she was headed Sayaka Murata meets Ottessa Moshfegh in this freewheeling and darkly funny debut novel Jean Kyoung Frazier s deadpan wi

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    I devoured this scrumptious coming of age novel in two sittings On the level of voice, character development, and humor it struck all the right chords It s Catcher in the Rye with a female lead,modern,swear words, and justadult Easily a cult classic, it was one of the most me

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    11 1 20WOW I said it last year and I was right This was so good oh my gosh My first five star read of the year I m so so happy This was an amazing debut and I can t wait to see other people discover Jean Kyoung Frazier and herthan stellar writing this year 14 12 19This sounds sooo

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    I had been thinking constantly about han, a feeling that had been killing generation upon generation of Korean people According to Mom, han was born in the gut and rose to the chest Han was a sickness of the soul, an acceptance of having a life that would be filled with sorrow and resent

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    You could call this book darkly funny, but I think that s an oversimplification It is sometimes funny, but you can t ever get carried away by our protagonist s biting humor Because under it all she is deeply unhappy She has just finished with high school and is unexpectedly pregnant, living wi

  7. says:

    I am obsessed Pizza Girl was endearing and surprisingly, a very good read that caught me by surprise This was a flawless debut novel about an unforgettably flawed Korean American protagonist I adored completely Such a unique read.Our Pizza Girl is eighteen years old, pregnant, lost, and grieving the

  8. says:

    I abandoned everything that I was reading temporarily and binge read Pizza Girl in one sitting last night, and I loved it Told in such an honest, unusual way, with just enough humor, and I just loved this coming of age story I don t know what it is about oddball characters with wit that I gravitate toward

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    I was fortunate enough not having to grow up too fast It s something I ve thought a lot about these days, one of many examples of white privilege I d taken for granted yet now recognizethan ever If anything, my growing up took longer than it should have one could argue it s still in progress But at 18, I didn t

  10. says:

    I think I m in the minority with this one but I m surprised I managed to finish it, after wanting to DNF it so many times We have Pizza Girl, an unlikeable unnamed protagonist who develops an obsession with Jenny, a customer and wants everything to do with her She is also pregnant, has a boyfriend and mother who are

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