The novel that inspired the movie ASK ME ANYTHING
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Beautiful, wild, funny, and lost, Katie Kampenfelt is taking a year off before college to find her passion. Ambitious in her own way, Katie intends to do more than just smoke weed with her boyfriend, Rory, and work at the bookstore. She plans to seduce Dan, a thirty-two-year-old film professor.
Katie chronicles her adventures in an anonymous blog, telling strangers her innermost desires, shames, and thrills. But when Dan stops taking her calls, when her alcoholic father suffers a terrible fall, and when she finds herself drawn into a dangerous new relationship, Katie's fearless narrative begins to crack, and dark pieces of her past emerge.
Sexually frank, often heartbreaking, and bursting with devilish humor, Undiscovered Gyrl is an extraordinarily accomplished novel of identity, voyeurism, and deceit.
"Imagine an 18-year-old Lolita, updated for the 21st century, blogging her own provocative adventures. By turns charming and crude, disturbingly reckless and achingly tender, Undiscovered Gyrl seduces you into her downy arms, locks her long legs around your waist, and doesn't let go." — Rachel Resnick, author of Love Junkie
From Publishers Weekly
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Honestly I thought I would get bored after the first,chapters but I ended up finishing it that night can't wait for a movie to come out. Loved it I bought several copy's for my friends. Jess blacks .
Ask Me Anything
To be honest, I read this book for only one reason. That reason being that the movie based off this book, Ask Me Anything was on Netflix and appeared to be a really good film. I read it and was extremely excited to see the movie so I immediately logged onto Netflix and watched. Unfortunately, the movie didn't do ask great a job as the book does to truly showcase Katie's emotions that seemed to be difficult to write onto her blog. Also, pointless things were changed in the movie that didn't change the plot whatsoever such as the little boy's name was Cole in the book but Kyle in the movie which was quite frustrating when keeping track of a "fiction within a fiction" as a previous review described the novel as. Both the book and the movie were overall quite enjoyable but both were standalone pieces so I wouldn't suggest reading then watching!