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The book is written as a chronological series of letters and diary entries.
This book is a great read for anyone who wants a look at a life that was saved in what may seem like odd means, but will resonate with most people anyway.
Even now that I'm older, the story of her survival and the bravery she has demonstrated in letting others know about it is an inspiration.
I really enjoyed this one. A great insight of a troubled teen who writes leaders to the lead singer of Skinny Puppy.Published 6 months ago by melissa
I was looking forward to this book. I was part of that scene at the same time, seeing the same bands, etc, but the book just is more about the author and not really about Ogre or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rose
this book was interesting for a while but then the "got up, had something to eat, my life sucks" formula of every single diary entry got on my nerves. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chris
This book is built on an intriguing concept, but the result is disappointingly dull. Seems like if you've read one teenage girl's diary, you've read them all--this one included. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by K. Cole
Go Ask Ogre is a collection of letters that the author wrote to the front man of the band Skinny Puppy, Ogre, when she was just a teenager. Read morePublished on October 25, 2008 by Shooting Stars Magazine
More than I had expected, very artistic and touching. The person I gave it to seemed to like it. <3Published on July 21, 2008 by Meranda Steadman
Jolene Siana's collection of letters and artwork sent to Ogre, from the band Skinny Puppy, is a moving chronicle of a girl's struggle to find place and meaning for herself at an... Read morePublished on December 10, 2006 by Neutron88
In his Basketball Diaries -- also a dark coming-of-age tale, no coincidence there -- Jim Carroll wrote, "I want to be pure. Read morePublished on November 6, 2006 by pittsburgh writer n'at