Infandous

Infandous Sephora Golding Lives In The Shadow Of Her Unbelievably Beautiful Mother Even Though They Scrape By In The Seedier Part Of Venice Beach, She S Always Felt Lucky As A Child, She Imagined She Was A Minor But Beloved Character In Her Mother S Fairy Tale But Now, At Sixteen, The Fairy Tale Is Less Disney And Grimm And She Wants The Story To Be Her Own Then She Meets Felix, And The Fairy Tale Takes A Turn She Never Imagined Sometimes, A Story Is Just A Way To Hide The Unspeakable In Plain Sight.

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  • Infandous
  • Elana K. Arnold
  • English
  • 15 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Infandous

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I remember reading a blog years ago about a girl who slept with her father at first, by accident she didn t know he was her ddd the first time , but later on they slept together AGAIN And the girl enjpyed it.My face was twisted into this expression of intense disgust the whole time I remember the blogger writing don t judge me at some point but all I could think when I saw that was, um, yeah, I m judging the hell out both of you and your creepy father and the wack incest relationship I remember reading a blog years ago about a girl who slept with her father at first, by accident she didn t know he was her ddd the first time , but later on they slept together AGAIN And the girl enjpyed it.My face was twisted into this expression of intense disgust the whole time I remember the blogger writing don t judge me at some point but all I cou...

  2. says:

    Powerful, heartbreaking, triumphant This one goes right on my favorite shelf, and Sephora is one of my new favorite YA heroines.

  3. says:

    Infandous Too odious to be expressed or mentioned.There are those books that grab you by the throat and don t let go Infandous is one such book This is a short review of a short novel that is perfectly concise in its telling, beautiful in its writing, featuring a narrator with a strong voice and a story that is moving, discomfiting and ultimately healing.Following young narrator Sephora Golding, we follow her through the summer before senior year The story, taut and precise, follows the te Infandous Too odious to be expressed or mentioned.There are those books that grab you by the throat and don t let go Infandous is one such book This is a short review of a short novel that is perfectly concise in its telling, beautiful in its writing, featuring a narrator with a strong voice and a story that is moving, discomfiting and ultimately healing.Following young narrator Sephora Golding, we follow her through the summer before senior year The story, taut and precise, follows the tentative steps of a young girl in the journey to womanhood from her r...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Spoiler Alert I got this out of the library because the blurb had a bit about a mermaid and a wolf and the mother being a supermodel So I presumed silly me that this was your typical lighthearted YA Urban Fantasy designed to spend a couple h...

  5. says:

    3.5 stars INFANDOUS is frustrating to me because it is almost a great book It has a terrific narrator, Sephora Golding, who is unaware of just how unreliable she is She s preoccupied with fairytales and myths, stories of women and sexuality and the terrible things that can happen She s preoccupied with her mother s sexuality She claims to be totally cool with her mom being gorgeous and desired and dating, but she s uncomfortable with her mom s newest beau, who is only twenty five and closer 3.5 stars INFANDOUS is frustrating to me because it is almost a great book It has a terrific narrator, Sephora Golding, who is unaware of just how unreliable she is She s preoccupied with fairytales and myths, stories of women and sexuality and the terrible things that can happen She s preoccupied with her mother s sexuality She claims to be totally cool with her mom being gorgeous and desired and dating, but she s uncomfortab...

  6. says:

    This is a dark, gritty, unflinching, and fearless story about girlhood and womanhood and coming of age in a very specific, very female way.Interspersed between Sephora s story of growing up in the rough part of Venice Beach with her beautiful mother are the fractured, un Disneyed fairy tales and myths about the ways men have raped and pillaged women for their own benefit These are not sanitized, ugly, and brutal they are the perfect metaphor for Seph s own story, where the glistening images This is a dark, gritty, unflinching, and fearless story about girlhood and womanhood and coming of age in a very specific, very female way.Interspersed between Sephora s story of growing up in the rough part of Venice Beach with her beautiful mother are the fractured, un Disneyed fairy tales and myths about the ways men have raped and pillaged women for their own benefit These are not sanitized, ugly, and brutal they are the perfect metaphor for Seph s own story, where the glistening images of the beach and her mother s beauty are but superficial representations of the darkness in her own life and experiences.Arnold plays on LOLITA here a bit, too but knowledge of that book is not necessary to wholeheartedly understand this story Something terrible has happened in Seph s life, something disgusting, even, and she s wrestling with how to pack it away as part of who she is and what experiences she s had Except view spoiler when an older...

  7. says:

    This review was originally posted on It Starts at MidnightEver finish a book and think um, what exactly did I just read That sums up this book Good day.Fine, fine A few things before we begin This book is kind of insane There is a twist too, that was just WHOA Like, if you saw that coming too early, you and I might not want to speak any.I don t usually do content warnings because I don t think they re usually necessary, but this one kind of needs a warning It is definitely for a This review was originally posted on It Starts at MidnightEver finish a book and think um, what exactly did I just read That sums up this book Good day.Fine, fine A few things before we begin This book is kind of insane There is a twist too, that was just WHOA Like, if you saw that coming too early, you and I might not want to speak any.I don t usually do content warnings because I don t think they re usually necessary, but this one kind of needs a warning It is definitely for a very mature YA, and if you are easily offended by things of a sexual nature, then this is probably not the book for you.Okay then Now, this book had some really big positives for me, but also some pretty significant negatives...

  8. says:

    This tough, gritty, and unflinching story about girlhood and womanhood and coming of age in a very specific, very female way, is fearless Infandous is the story of Sephora growing up in the rough part of Venice Beach with her beautiful mother, a horrific secret of what happened to her haunting the back of her mind Between the chapters of her story are dark, un Disneyed fairy tales a...

  9. says:

    why is she so obsessed with her mum s boobs who knows

  10. says:

    THIS BOOK Where do I startfirst of all, Elana Arnold knows how to tell a story Readers are initially sucked in by her beautiful storytelling of ancient myths and then transitioned to modern day Venice Beach, CA and introduced to Sephora, one of the most incredible female voices I ve read in a long time She parallels her life to Disney movies, fairy tales and myths though hers is definitely less Disney andGrimm And once we are thrust headfirst into Sephora s world, that s an unders THIS BOOK Where do I startfirst of all, Elana Arnold knows how to tell a story Readers are initially sucked in by her beautiful storytelling of ancient myths and then transitioned to modern day Venice Beach, CA and introduced to Sephora, one of the most incredible female voices I ve read in a long time She parallels her life to Disney movies, fairy tales and myths though hers is definitely less Disney andGrimm And once we are thrust headfirst into Sephora s world, that s an und...

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