Emily's Diary: Confessions of an Emotional Predator

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Disappointed in the myriad of men who have sought her favor, Emily has given up almost all hope of ever meeting a guy who can measure up to her idealized perception of the consummate man. Resigned to the prospect of a life devoid of love and romance Emily degenerates into a social piranha, preying on the weak-willed unchallenging men who fail to live up to her lofty imaginings.Then she meets a.... More
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martin xiong reviewed on on Aug. 20, 2015

Upsetting. Rather very well AND completely upsetting.
But all in the end, the book serves up a good dose of reality, that people are cold, and they're mean, and unemotional, but everyone is also very much human. Screw philosophy and so forth, this book was good in general.
Sure, sure--in the end, this book may never see the daylight of any possible reward, but it is definitely revealing and satisfactory.
The way it all ends is completely untoward--an awry but solid ending to a story that seemed initially exciting and emotionally grating (tears and sorrow clearly excluded), but it was in itself a good adventure of malicious insight.
NO SPOILER here, but the confession in its entirety makes you think more than twice of all the human missteps we take with one another, whether purposefully or accidently, additively with whether or not it be some relished fondness for aggressive debasement and cruelty, or altogether an accidental explosion of tragedies stacked mishappenly.
I'm unsure in the end what this review means, actually, but I give it a good full five stars! Read it people, it's pretty damned good reading.
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