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They're back and in love! Angry Little Girls in Love, is definitely not a cuddly, lovely-dovey, mushy love book. This book follows the promising first date of Kim and Bruce who hook up to have a dysfunctional boyfriend-girlfriend relationship. Their friends offer help and advice along the way. Featuring vengeful, sarcastic, and hopeless love cartoons, anyone who has been iThey're back and in love! Angry Little Girls in Love, is definitely not a cuddly, lovely-dovey, mushy love book. This book follows the promising first date of Kim and Bruce who hook up to have a dysfunctional boyfriend-girlfriend relationship. Their friends offer help and advice along the way. Featuring vengeful, sarcastic, and hopeless love cartoons, anyone who has been in a relationship or is trying to find one for Valentine's Day will surely get a laugh out of this book....

Title : Angry Little Girls in Love
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ISBN : 9780810972759
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 64 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Angry Little Girls in Love Reviews

  • Austin
    2018-10-22 00:39

    Eh, this one was okay. Not funny, but not completely boring either.

  • Timothy Ferguson
    2018-10-09 22:54

    Sometimes I start a review by saying “Clearly I didn’t understand this.” I generally do it when something is popular and I didn’t enjoy it at all.Clearly I didn’t understand this.The lead character, Kim, is meant to be a six year old girl. She clearly isn’t because in some panels she wakes up in her double bed next to her boyfriend, so let’s just accept that her apparent age is an artistic conceit and that she’s a young woman of indeterminate age. Her defining characteristic is her rage. Now, I presunme the humor is meant to be something like “Small girls are sugar and spice, so by having a small girl who is emotionally cruel and physically violent we are subverting the trope, and subverting tropes is funny.” possibly it’s “Men usually hurt women. Kim is hurting men. She is therefore funny.”It could be that I just don’t get schaudenfreude. I know it exists, and I can read definitions of it, but I just don’t personally find it funny. I know other people do: they find those home video shows where people hit each other and their pets, supposedly by accident, hilarious. Perhaps that why I just don’t get Little Girls in Love.To me, it reads as a book which is deliberately, even evangelically, joyless. Kim, the lead character, is a domestic abuser, so much so that I wonder if the Duluth Power Wheel was involved in her character design. Sure, the Duluth Wheel is explicitly designed for male abusers, but she gets six out of the eight wedges. She even gets the Using Male Privelege wedge, because she engages in the behaviors of an abusive male.Clearly I didn’t understand this.Originally reviewed on book coasters

  • Meepelous
    2018-09-27 19:58

    With an art style not unlike the MSPaint version of the classic Charlie Brown comics. The similarities continue to grow as you realize the two main characters are the spitting image of Charlie Brown and Lucy - twenty years later.Much as the title suggests, this collection of comicstrips centers on how frustrating the search for love can be. Poking fun at the cliches and sentemental conventions of love with an angry blunt poker. If you're frustrated with the dating game and need a quick laugh this is the book for you!

  • dara
    2018-10-10 18:47

    I enjoyed Angry Little Girls In Love because I am one. :P Not many of the ideas expressed are very original, but they are done so with simplicity and cute drawings so it balances out. I finished it within a few minutes. It would make a cute gift or coffee table book. It came with a free postcard, which I doubt I'll ever use simply because I don't want to remove it from the rest of the cartoons.

  • Andria
    2018-10-10 18:40

    To my relief, this has none of the racial stereotypes found in Fairy Tales for Angry Little Girls. This is just pure, unadulterated snark. The contrast between the cutesy little-girl artwork and the bitter, world-weary view of love and relationships makes me giggle.

  • Anne
    2018-09-29 20:39

    These are fresh cartoon stories about girls who are sarcastic, angry, disenchanted, crazy, and sardonic. Anyone who has had a relationship can perfectly relate to it. A perfect valentine gift for close friends and loved ones.

  • Cher
    2018-10-02 19:37

    Depressing truisms about the pitfalls of heterocentric love affairs, but with very cute drawings & a female bent. It was enjoyable, but in a guilty pleasure kind of way. The ideas within are not terribly original either: just standard battle of the sexes speak.

  • Sarah
    2018-10-01 22:57

    there's some heavy duty controversial themes but I chose to turn a blind eye and read it purely for entertainment purposes so my rating is based on the hilarity if you switch your brain off/ not think too much while reading this.

  • Sharni Benson
    2018-10-23 01:06

    This book annoyed me. I was surprised at the gender of the person who wrote it because it was written like a man who had been scorned.The guy is sweet but clueless and the chick is abusive.

  • Brendan Howard
    2018-10-06 00:43

    Age-inappropriate, but she loves these for some reason.

  • Sasha
    2018-10-10 22:43

    A very excellent sarcastic view of love. I gave it as a present to my aunt and her girls.

  • Juliana
    2018-10-03 19:44

    My daughter and I both like to read Lela Lee's angry little girls cartoons.

  • Rosa
    2018-09-22 19:52

    This book of cartoons is seriously cute and just the thing to remind us that love isn't perfect