GREEN GIRL A spoiled, self-loathing American girl navigates the wilderness years during a self-imposed exile in London.This second novel by Zambreno (O Fallen Angel, 2010, etc.) is an ambitious synthesis of millennial identity crisis, lyrical experimentation and emotional self-destruction that attempts to reinvent (or re-create?) the classical image of the flâneur by following the most awful protagonist in
Review: Green Girl This took me so long to finish and it was not really the books fault. It's just that the book hits home for me. It was a beautiful, character-driven read and I hope you go into it blind. Enjoy!
Review: Green Girl I wanted to like this book and I want to believe I would have when I was 17-19. At 30, all I got from this book was the realization that I really can sigh at every page turn.
LibraryThing Review Started it and could not put it down. Took the long way home on the train. Stayed up too late last night. Stunning.
LibraryThing Review I loved this book though it is hard to put into words. We meet Ruth, a young, lost girl, American living in London, working for Harrods and loathing it. Ruth is a blank slate, the reader follows her
Review: Green Girl Fierce, didactic, placing itself within the context of lit of the girl and existential writings. See my full review here: http://schietree.wordpress.com/2012/0...