Buy a cheap copy of Innocents book by Cathy Coote. Written when Cathy Coote was nineteen, Innocents is a taut, wickedly clever descent into the anatomy of. Innocents – Cathy Coote. by 1girl2manybooks on August 29, When I was 16, I went to the local horse races for a big meeting. My best friend in high school . All about Innocents by Cathy Coote. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.
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I like role reversals, so those 2. Innocents by Cathy Coote. The teacher the male begins by worshipping this girl from afar because he knows how morally wrong it would be for him to act upon his desire.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. But this debauching of a decent one was more compelling than anything I had ever experienced. When her uncle walks in on her drawing one night, she runs away, to the home of the awkward male teacher who clearly has an interest in her.
A teacher who is catyy ridden while the catuy could care less, and even eggs him on to keep going further into depravity until, in the end, she corrupts him. This book is perverted, disgusting, and disturbing. Coote’s debut written when she was 19 details a twisted love affair between a cootee student and teacher from the nymphet’s point of view.
It made reading this a chore, cooote when the dialogue tries to be all pheromone driven and angsty. That’s the basic plot of this story. Inhocents stroked it gently, with my thumb. The norm in Western Societies is to place all of the blame on the male involved if the relationship presents itself as a male teacher and female student. Notify me of new posts via email. Sep 28, Caraleigh rated it it was amazing.
But this debauching of a decent one was more compelling than anything I had ever experienced. This is a story and it is a game.
Also, the transition of point of views wasn’t established very well. As the story progresses we notice that he becomes slightly more hostile towards her and she revels in it.
Especially with the older man and young girl setting.
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This leads me to believe that she’s come to an understanding of her faults so I wanted to like her but I don’t. Or maybe my generation is just numb to those sorts of perverse things. No current Talk conversations about this book.
Tuesday, May 19, Books: Good read and very interesting. Her brazen honesty is shocking through the book and at times difficult to deal with, as she vividly describes her calculated thoughts and the sexual acts that happen between them.
Innocents by Cathy Coote
Aug 11, Cqthy rated it it was ok. And SPOILER the rape at the end wasn’t even shocking because this whole book from the beginning just seemed to be trying way too hard to shock me. But it doesn’t save the book. I think he was again, quite embarrassed by that! Of course, trying to delve into the depth of this book will result in no answers, because there simply is no depth.
Instead, their one-time fallout lasts for two or so pages before the relationship is rebuilt. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Jul 14, Meha rated it it was amazing. Innocents is no exception.
With newly awakened sexual powers, she casts a spell over her defenseless unnamed teacher. The sexuality and vulgerness was definitely a tough obstacle for me to get over while reading it, but as I kept cootee, I saw past it.
However, those were few and far between.
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Learn how your comment data is processed. She seduces him, moves in; he quits his job and, for a time, they live as lovers, though she remains in many way a child, even consciously exacerbating her childishness to keep him ensnared. Ironically, for me, Innocents was a hollow and horribly pretentious wreck. Feb 03, Rj Stephenson rated it did not like it. Discover what to read next. I knelt up, so as to have my face close to yours View all 3 comments.