Book Review: Life of the Party


Life of the Party

by Olivia Gatwood

Random House Publishing Group – Random House

Dial Press Trade Paperback


Pub Date 20 Aug 2019

I am reviewing a copy of The Life of the Party through Random House/Dial Press Paperback and Netgalley:

Olivia Gatwood attracted an online fan base of millions for her extraordinary spoken-word performances, Olivia Gatwood now puts her own coming-of-age tale together with an investigation into our culture’s romanticization of violence against women. Life of the Party is a collection of poetry and prose that delves into the boundaries between what is real
and what is imagined. This book deals with how a girl grows into a woman in a world that is often violent, and deals with the question what is the difference between perpetrator and victim.

I found that Life of A Party is worthy of four out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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