She imagines she may go into child guidance or psychology some day to help out others, and she vows to quit drugs. Alice gets a job working with Chris, and the two become best friends. Podsjetila me je na Mi djeca s kolodvora Zoo. A visit from her parents brings a warm letter from Joel. At different points in the story she tries to return to a normal life, but peer pressure and her alienation from her family pull her back into the drug lifestyle. For god's sake don't read it as a piece of anti-drug propaganda.
One day, a boy named Lane tries to pressure Alice into getting him drugs and ends up physically assaulting her by twisting her arm. She finally goes back home, and is happy to be back but tensed about everything in her life. Go Ask Alice is unnecessary proof that sex and drug stories are the best money makers; it helps when they also support a staunchly conservative, traditionalist agenda. Tough and uncompromising, honest and disturbing -- and even more poignant today -- Go Ask Alice is page-turning and provocative reading. And is shelved in our non-fiction section. At Sheila's swanky party, the girls use drugs again. Alice experiences an amazing drift from the boring world, but suddenly realizes it is not right and swears to keep it a one time experience.
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Some of my co-workers were discussing this book at lunch one day, and I remembered being super curious about it when I was younger, but for some reason never got around to it. Everything I have looked at either tells me it's unknown or it's true, so I'm not going to be adamant about the 'true story' bit. Does it make it any worse a book? This drives Alice to call her parents who tell her that they still love her and want her to come home. When Alice sees her new house, she thinks that it is beautiful, but her new school is different. He said hi to me and stopped to talk, but I just walked on by. Then Ashley came to me and started talking about drugs. Alice registers at the State Mental Hospital.
We've run out of pot and money and we're both hungry. They start hanging out together, but her parents disapprove of Chris. One day, while they are smoking pot, the cops raid Chris's house. She has a fun time with Fawn's friends and hopes that they haven't heard stories about her. She begins having sex for drugs with the members of the cult although she loathes everyone in the cult and wishes that she were dead.
The girls get tired of living on their own adn decide to go home. Some reviews I've read also attack the diarist as exceptionally weak, self-pitying, and self-absorbed, with no willingness to change her circumstances. December The girls soon open a jewelry store in an apartment in Berkeley. Alice is hurt and confused and disappointed in her friends and family. When her father's new job causes her family to move across the country, Alice is thrust into a new school at a time when she is at best sensitive, and at worst extremely insecure.
Gee, only a little over three months! This, however, is the last entry in her diary because she states she no longer needs a diary to communicate her thoughts. People become so dependant that when they're not constantly on, they can't remember what it's like to feel free and happy without chemicals in their bodies. First of all it just seemed unlikely that a drug addict would constantly write in a diary and keep it with her all the time. Last night Doris was really low. She begins school and resists drug advances from old friends, though some are aggressive. The holiday season lifts Alice's mood and spirit.
She started talking about the things that kids say about drugs at school. This powerful real-life diary of a teenager's struggle with the seductive -- often fatal -- world of drugs and addiction tells the truth about drugs in strong and authentic voice. The priest informs her parents, and like always, they come to take her home. When asked, Sparks refused to produce the real diary for proof. She agonizes over the thought of worms and maggots eating his dead body underground. She bumps into one girl she used to know who went to her school, and gets invited to a party.