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It also marked the starting point of Kathy Lette's writing career which sees her now as an author at the forefront of her field Puberty Blues is about top chicks and surfie spunks and the kids who don't uite make the cut it recreates with fasci.

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➼ [Download] ➹ Puberty Blues By Kathy Lette ➹ – Bchipdigital.co.uk Bestselling author Kathy Lettes debut novel is available in Britain for the first timeWritten twenty years ago Puberty Blues is the bestselling account of growing up in the 1970s that took Australia bBestselling author Kathy Lettes debut novel is available in Britain for the first timeWritten twenty years ago Puberty Blues is the bestselling account of growing up in the 1970s that took Australia by storm and spawned an eponymous cult movie.

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PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò Kathy Lette divides her time between being a full time writerdemented mother now there's a tautology and trying to find a shopping trolley that doesn't have a clubbed wheelKathy first achieved succés de scandale as a teenager with the novel Puberty Blues now a major motion picture After several years as a singer with the Salami Sisters and a newspaper columnist in Sydney and New York coll

10 thoughts on “Puberty Blues

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookPuberty Blues is as Shirley puts it an Australian cult classic Written in 1979 our narrator thirteen year old Debbie tells us about the Surfie culture in Cronulla and the surrounding suburbs of Southern Sydney Debbie and best friend Sue love going to the beach and dream of the day they can leave the losers of South Cronulla behind and join the cool kids at Greenhills What follows is uite a sad coming of age tale told in a very Australian wayDebbie and Sue start out hanging at Sout


  2. Dree Dree says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookI saw this movie many years ago when I was a teenager really enjoyed it Reading this as adult though with the benefit of a progressive culture I had a whole different perception of the story It's a raw and honest portrayal of 2 young girls growing up with the surfie culture in the 70's in Sydney Australia where underage sex drugs are rife There is a lot of exaggerated Aussie slang some of which even I had trouble understanding so doubtful it would appeal to those of other cultures Think Kylie Mole from The Comedy CompanyIts gritty confronting really funny in parts utterly sickening in others especially with the awareness that a lot of this sad teenage


  3. Kelly (Diva Booknerd) Kelly (Diva Booknerd) says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookBeyond the shock of how raw and blunt Puberty Blues is I don't understand the hype It just felt like an exaggerated stereotype of what some would


  4. Michelle Michelle says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookI read Puberty Blues when I was 15 in the early 80's it was a breath of fresh air Everything we read at the time was English or American teens were either awfully middle class or living in poverty in a coal mine But puberty blues was like a Monday morning conversation at school who went to whose party who got drunkwasted who was dropped Surfie boys were kings sitting outside the library at lunchtime with cool girls nev


  5. Anna Anna says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookFirst of all I'd like to point out I am an Australian and no we don't actually talk like that even the teenagers of that generations The books is a gross exaggeration on all accounts culture and hyper sexualityI was disappointed at how much I had to pay on Kindle for a book that took me just over an hour to read Don't be misled by the new tv series the two are nothing alike The recent Australian TV series is whimsical and innocent and features older main characters dabbling in the ways of teenagehood The book however is very raw it's about two 13 year old girls o


  6. Zoë Zoë says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBook35 STARSPretty Blues I have to say I mostly love is for not holding back at all it's content was not sugar coated which I think is one of it's most strongest points It doesn't beat around the bush or just hint that something happened it just is thrown in your face very much like having a bucket of cold water thrown on your face First you have your sharp intake of breath and eyes widening in shock then after awhile your mind is clear and very aware with nothing that is hazy and uncertain After reading this book I came


  7. Danni Danni says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookI don't get it What was the point of this book?To shock?To antagonise?Yeah the terminology is different but that would have been completely normal in the 70's that was how teenagers were expected to talk So what was the point?There is no plot no storyline no character development other than How about we stop listening to these sexist idiots and do something for ourselves? It's original but doesn't live up to its potential Yeah this was probably a big refresher when it came


  8. Andrew Andrew says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookI can't believe this book is 35 years old It remains a very confronting read especially now I am an adult with young teenage children of my own I have given it 4 stars which suggests I really liked itin truth it pained me in many sections knowing how true to life it wasespecially the very under age sexual experiences of the protagonists When I first heard about this book I was 13 It was highly controversial and there is no way I would have read it or been allowed to read it I thought the book must have glorified the sex and drugs of the surfie lifestyle Having read it from this vantage point 2014 I am unusually inclined to agree with Germaine Greer that this book is a 'profoundly moral tale' Reading it as a mature male and remembering the era I am reminded of the damaging suburban sexism of the era and the casual objectificati


  9. Saturday& Saturday& says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookFinally I have read it and in one night so now I too can say yes I have read Puberty Blues I think I would have enjoyed it if I had a read it when I was a teenager


  10. Laura Laura says:

    PDF Kathy Lette ò Puberty Blues MOBI Ö ò puberty kindle, blues kindle, Puberty Blues eBookSome parts riveting other parts slightly boring Very Australian but even I had trouble understanding some of the slang RTC maybe


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