Candy Girl Review

Posted on November 20, 2009. Filed under: Diablo Cody, Memoirs, Non Fiction, Smuttiness |

Candy Girl A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stripper

Diablo Cody

Synopsis – 5/10
Plot – 8/10
Characters – 10/10
Overall Story – 10/10
Conclusion – 8/10

Overall Score – 41/50

*Optional*Smuttiness – 10/10



Review: Overall, I was really happy with the book. It’s the story of a “normal” 20-something woman who get’s this crazy idea that she should try her hand at being a stripper in addition to her day job as a typist for an advertising company in Minneapolis. The author doesn’t mince any words and even uses some “colorful” language (if your not into f-bombs and “interesting” names for male parts DON’T read this book) for her year of being an “entertainer”. You learn a lot about all the different clubs that she’s worked at and a little bit about the other “entertainers” that she’s come across.

I giggled, I cringed and I had a few WTF?! moments but overall the writing style and overall story are easy to follow. The only part that I was a little bit skeptical about was how cool her now husband was about the whole idea, but I guess that’s a “too each there own” kind of thing.

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It seems very interesting. Can't wait to read it 😀


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