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If you can read German and you've read the original version of this, I'd love to hear your opinion. My wife had two books, and this is the one I pulled out of the bag at random. I like to eat, lick, suck. Not that it was particularly riveting, or absorbing - it was just really easy to read. . . Helen Memel is an outspoken eighteen-year-old, whose childlike stubbornness is offset by a precocious sexual confidence.

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RUSSLAND: Charlotte Roche

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This book is about an 18 year old girl with some very unconventional views on hygiene to say the least. Yes, it made me feel a bit queasy at times, and Helen, our main protagonist, also did my head in sometimes with her 'grown up' thinking, but this was still a refreshing read. Her men were merely some of the tools she used to experience her body with her senses. Besides being thought provoking, this book was flat-out entertaining. For me that is, though I guess I can understand why some people had an aversion to the content.

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Wetlands (2013)

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As to the beginning: well sigh. But I think that the author could have done even more with the content. And your kids are not perfect. I remember a lot of controversy over whether the highly sexed female narrator and her lurid descriptions of both bodily functions and excretions make the cut as literature or whether it belonged firmly under the label of pornography. Helen, an 18-year-old heroin, desperately needs warmth and attention, but nobody really cares about her. She is going to wallow in, smear, imbibe, spray blood and excrement, thats what she is going to do.

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RUSSLAND: Charlotte Roche

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As a reader, I got to quite like Helen, I had no trouble identifying with her childlike curiosity and with the confusion over her parents' divorce. I opened 'Wetlands' expecting something terrible. From then on, though, the entire family spent their lives pretending the suicide attempt had never happened. Roche's book Feuchtgebiete in English Wetlands was the world's best-selling novel in March 2008. However, I think that the reviews tend to unfairly emphasize these particular elements of the story. Helen is funny, likeable, and filled with attitude. Sie machen Stand Up Comedy, improvisieren, spielen und reden mit dem Publikum - eine Überraschungstüte voller Authentizität und Entertainment.

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Lena Meyer

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And let's be honest, now that I've told you that, do you even care that her name is Helen anymore? Charlotte Elisabeth Grace Roche is a British-born German television presenter, actress, singer and author. The whole story takes place in the hospital, where Helen is being treated for an anus ailment. I am more of a curious onlooker. I also did not find it gross - I mean, sure, not something you'd read about in every book. Helen wages a personal war against the tampon industry by making her own, and in fact leaves one of these crafts behind in the elevator of the hospital. This book doesn't do that, but I did revel in the protagonist's exploration and descriptions of every minute part of her body.

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Emotional videos: Lena Meyer

lena charlotte roche

Heres cheers to happy endings. And she has a crush on a nurse that begins when she asks him to photograph her wound after surgery. She stops short of coprophagia, even though she is We compulsively hide from one another the tiny disgusting things our bodies continuously do, as if we aren't bags of blood and mucous and decomposing food and fecal material. . Train ride is only about an hour or so, and I nearly finished it.

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