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A book everyone can relate to.,
This review is from: Cut My Hair (Paperback)
I find it surprising that no one else has taken the opportunity to express their opinion for this book. I cannot think of a better book that even comes close to the writing style of Jamie Rich.
To paraphrase, "Cut my hair" tells the story of 19 year old Mason who copes in this world through his interests. There's his best friend Jack who brought him out of his lonely shell in high school; his girlfriend Jeane who allows him to open up in unprecedented ways; and most of all his love for punk-rock.
One contributor that must not go unmentioned is Chynna Clugston-Major for her illustrations within the book. I have enjoyed her artwork in her graphic novel, "Blue Monday: The Kids are Alright", and it was a pleasure to have her hand in this Mr. Rich's literary opus.
I must point out that this book is not for everyone. If I had to recommend the appropriate reader demography, this book is geared for the teenage and Generation X population. I say this because the majority of the characters fit within this group, and it's told through the perspective of a 19 year old. Of course that is just my opinion.