[Ebook] ➡ Go Ask Alice Author Beatrice Sparks – Peakpopa.info

Go Ask Alice It Started When She Was Served A Soft Drink Laced With LSD In A Dangerous Party Game Within Months, She Was Hooked, Trapped In A Downward Spiral That Took Her From Her Comfortable Home And Loving Family To The Mean Streets Of An Unforgiving City It Was A Journey That Would Rob Her Of Her Innocence, Her Youth And Ultimately Her LifeRead Her Diary Enter Her World You Will Never Forget Her

10 thoughts on “Go Ask Alice

  1. says:

    i read this in high school and went oh my godi m never doing acid and then went how can anyone pretend this is a real diary

  2. says:

    It s hard for me to write this review because I don t really know where to begin.Basically whether you believe this is fiction or not

  3. says:

    This book is crap on its own But those of you old enough to remember the latter portion of the 70s might remember that Beatrice Sparks, the edit

  4. says:

    I was never forced to read this when I was younger, so I thought that I d pick it up and read it now, for a laugh, being as there are days when there is j

  5. says:

    This infuriating book is the most repugnant piece of reactionary propaganda that I ve ever had the misfortune to read Go Ask Alice is unnecessary proof that sex and

  6. says:

    This was written by Nancy Reagan as propaganda for her Just Say NO anti drugs campaign It contains every single cliche about how making friends with anyone whose social life

  7. says:

    I first read this book in sixth grade When I tell people this, they usually look at me in an appalled fashion, and ask if my parents knew I was reading it And I tell them, yes, my moth

  8. says:

    3.5 StarsFirst published in 1971, Go Ask Alice is a controversial book involving teenage addiction It s written in first person in traditional diary form We don t know the troubled teenage girls

  9. says:

    Alice Mm hm They told me to go ask you Ask me what Ah I guess, should I do drugs Well, how would I know I m just a made up girl in a piece of anti drugs propaganda that somehow became famous than it dese

  10. says:

    Bwaaah So disappointing Some of my co workers were discussing this book at lunch one day, and I remembered being super curious about it when I was younger, but for some reason never got around to it Unfortunately f

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