Amberlynn's Book Club - A thread to discuss all of the books our literate gorl has been reedeen!

Your_Fairy_Wish_Prince

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I can understand re-reading a book(s) you really enjoyed in your youth. I will admit every five years or so I re-read the entire Redwall series. Because when Brian Jacques died a piece of my soul died with him. That, too me, is understandable.

But as someone who is around Hambers age I don't feel the need to seek out YA novels because there is literally nothing I can relate to in them and Hamber shouldnt either because as we get older we out grow those petty shallow emotions and situations that those characters are put in . It's sad to me that she WANTS to read these books; that she seeks them out to read because they are relatable to her.
 
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Whatthefuck

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I’ve thought that if she were to ever read a classic it would hav to be Austen or something in that vein since it’s easily digestible and most likely to be that stepping stone from YA drivel to classsic works. No lesbeeeen vampires, though. If I thought for a second she’d be able to comprehend the language itself she may enjoy some “lighter” Shakespeare. There’s no way she’s delving into Dickens or Melville or Hemingway. Too boreeeen. I’m pretty snobby and I get that, but I don’t get reading dollar store throw aways. You know, I’m actually surprised she hasn’t picked up on the self published romance novel community. They’re usually rife with lesbeeeens and all the other schlock she prefers.
 

L_I_F_T_E_D

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Had to add in the new books from today's video admission that she's done nothing but be bedbound and reading books.

Thinking this series by V.C. Andrews might be the best of her book-pile to try actually reading.
 

AbyssStarer

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amber seems to love "truth telling" and "reinvention" type books. No surprise since her Youtube videos try and fail to do so.
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This one is about sorority sluts presumably written for the moms who couldn't go to college.

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This one is a yawn. Keep your chin(s) up: the novel

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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen: the novel. About reinventing yourself, I can see why it appeals to Amber

More predictable choices, but I have no idea why she wants to read a teenager high school melodrama at her age. Nobody wants to relive high school except for the people who peaked at their sports ability in it.
 

wommart rat

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I keep thinking about the fact that Hamber reads V.C. Andrews, but also said she started reading those books when she was eleven. Most girls I know also read them at eleven, but as adults now look back at them with a "wow those books were both nuts and pretty bad" perspective.

Since this is the book thread imma sperg a bit: V.C. Andrews only wrote seven books before she died of cancer and the publisher hired a ghostwriter to adopt the name and franchise. The books that she herself actually wrote were about deeply fucked up families, and written in a purple prose style that was at once dreadful and memorable. At eleven, these things burn in your memories. None perhaps moreso than the bonkers plot moments, like a brother raping his sister but her kinda liking it (most of the male characters tend to be either total monsters, at worst, or apologetic rapists, at best); a thirteen-year old being forced into a lysol bath; and another one lusting after her porn-stached stepfather. Then there's the girl who pelted her mother with her miscarried fetus, who also casually masturbated in front of her sister while mocking her for being a virgin. So yeah, the books are deeply fucked up. When the ghostwriter, Neiderman, took over, those crazy plot elements were tamed into more lifetime-movie-of-the-week proportions.

I could speculate on how Hamber might identify with the female protagonists and their fucked up childhoods, since her childhood was supposedly bad. But instead I'll just say that she's profoundly stupid.
 

raritycunt

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Reading can be great fun (unless you’re a student and you’re familiar with all night sessions reading whatever huge ass text book your professor gives you to learn) so I don’t hate that she reads, but given her level of intelligence and comprehension I can’t help but wonder if she actually understands anything she reads or if she’s just trying to look smart

Spend a weekend in student accommodation with a 1000 page medical book and memorise it amber, THEN I’ll be impressed.
 

The Jokester

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Honestly surprised that Amber hasn't read Tipping the Velet by Sarah Waters. That is meant to be the biggest lesbeeeen book around.
 

SAVE TWINKIE!

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I've said this before but since muh books have their own thread now I'm posting it again:

Amberlynn has said that one of her life goals is to read every Danielle Steel novel ever published. She used to own literally hundreds of DS paperbacks. She left most of them in Virginia.

I remember in one of her packing videos before meeting Destiny, Amberlynn had loaded dozens of them into a very large packing box. Any fucking idiot knows that you put heavy items like books into small boxes and lighter items like pillows into large boxes. Krystle's dad, who was the one that would be responsible for hauling her shit out to Destiny's vehicle (and later paying to ship the remaining boxes to her) insisted that she repack the boxes. She was too lazy to do that and ended up just leaving most of the books with Krystle.
 

dismissfrogs

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I've said this before but since muh books have their own thread now I'm posting it again:

Amberlynn has said that one of her life goals is to read every Danielle Steel novel ever published. She used to own literally hundreds of DS paperbacks. She left most of them in Virginia.

I remember in one of her packing videos before meeting Destiny, Amberlynn had loaded dozens of them into a very large packing box. Any fucking idiot knows that you put heavy items like books into small boxes and lighter items like pillows into large boxes. Krystle's dad, who was the one that would be responsible for hauling her shit out to Destiny's vehicle (and later paying to ship the remaining boxes to her) insisted that she repack the boxes. She was too lazy to do that and ended up just leaving most of the books with Krystle.
If she really still wanted to, she could buy them all for like a buck each at thrift stores. But Amber seems too good to go to them.

Now I want her to and to add to the hoard.
 
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