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Dirty Rush Paperback – January 13, 2015
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"Dirty Rush is a brutally honest and seriously funny take on the modern sorority scene. If you've ever dressed exactly like a hundred other girls while holding candles and singing badly (or wondered about those who have) then you'll adore this quick, clever, quirky ride!" (New York Times Bestselling author Jennifer Lancaster)
"I'm not in the habit of giving compliments, but this book is really f*cking funny and fun and cute." (Babe Walker, New York Times Bestselling Author of White Girl Problems.)
“Stop. Wait. Really? LOL.” (Whitney Port, The Hills, The City)
About the Author
Taylor Bell is a freshman at Central Delaware University. She’s a third-generation Beta Zeta, her favorite band is The Smiths and she grew up with a pug named Percy, until her mom backed into the poor thing while drunk, crushing his sweet little pug skull. So, she’s a tough cookie. After having her life turned completely upside down by the girls of BZ, she had no choice but to tell her story. Dirty Rush is that story, and that story is this book, and this book is Dirty Rush.
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What I loved: Rebecca Martinson puts together swear words and phrases like a genius. I have never laughed so hard and understood her frustrations at the same time. That email was as good as the USC one regarding rush standards. Sorority rush….good times.
What I didn’t love: With a soon to be college daughter of my own, the amount of drinking and Adderall use within the book scared me to the point that the community college a mile down the road is looking really good for her future…
What I learned: This was JUST like my sorority experience – minus the videos, texting, hazing, drinking, drugs & anal beads. Every day I’m so thankful I went to college before the internet.
Overall Grade: B+
Fake or real, this is a good, quick, entertaining read. The prose isn't overly verbose, and the authors obviously believe in the tenet "start as far into the scene as you can", which made me want "one more page" until it was two hours past when I like to go bed.
My Greek life experience includes one frat party I went to when I was 17 and visiting a friend at college. It was not NEARLY as entertaining as this book.
Read this after Babe Walker, author of White Girl problems and Pychos, recommended it. Was a little confused as to why Babe would suggest it (if you've read her books;(she's not too keen on the "sorority" life) but gave it a chance and saw that though it is about a sorority, it is not the stereotypical, bubbly, petty drama I had expected.
Hoping to find more gems like this. Any suggestions?
Perhaps, as other reviewers say, this is an accurate portrayal of sorority life. If true, the book might appeal to that population. But not to this middle aged broad who just wanted a mindless beach book.