{read online books} God Dont Like Ugly (God Dont Like Ugly, #1) Author Mary Monroe – Stg2bio.co

Alright so after hearing about this book from others and seeing it all over the train in the hands of young women who really looked enthralled I find out the best books just by looking at what others read I decided I had to read this book and well it only took three days but I didnt really enjoy it I dont know if it was the subject matter sexual abuse, racism, friendships, low self esteem and murder revenge or the fact that I just didnt like any of the characters I stopped feeling sorry fo Alright so after hearing about this book from others and seeing it all over the train in the hands of young women who really looked enthralled I find out the best books just by looking at what others read I decided I h THIS BOOK WAS SO FRUSTRATING But in a good way Let me explain.I felt really connected to Annette as a main character and I felt her frustration and pain Some of her experiences are horrifying and it was so hard reading through these parts I wanted to hop into the story, have a talk with Annette, and then HELP her She was hurting so much and she became so lost That s what made this a frustrating read for me because the entire time I just wanted Annette to reach out to someone and let them i THIS BOOK WAS SO FRUSTRATING But in a good way Let me explain.I felt really connected to Annette as a main character and I felt her frustration and pain So I passed by this book a countless amount of times based on the title alone I was un interested Well to make a long story short I found Mary s other book Upper Room at Target and fell in love with her writing style so I went toand bought a bunch of her other books this one included, I just love Annette, PeeWee, Muh dear and even Rhoda and Scary Mary.Mary engages you into each character but she does not force you to pick a side She shows bad and good sides of each character even evil o I passed by this book a countless amount of times based on the title alone I was un interested Well to make a long story short I found Mary s other book Upper Room at Target and fell in love with her writing style so I went toand bought a bunch of her other books this one included, I just love Annette, PeeWee, Muh dear and even Rhoda and Scary Mary.Mary engages you into each character but she does not force you to pick a side She shows bad a God Don t Like Ugly by Mary Monroe was one of the best books I ve ever read I like how the author almost gives the reader what they want I know when I was reading it I stayed interested Annette is the main characters name, she gets molested by brother boatright for years someone who everyone , including her family trusted This is the beggining to all her problems Annette couldn t stand him, and confided to her new friend named Rhoda Rhoda was the complete antithesis of Anette Annette w God Don t Like Ugly by Mary Monroe was one of the best books I ve ever read I like how the author almost gives the reader what they want I know when I was reading it I stayed interested Annette is the main characters name, she gets molested by brother boatright for years someone who everyo The story wasgood I did however even as a teenager when I first read it become annoyed by how elementary some of the writing was I kept wondering of the author, Did she not have a thesarus on hand All the characters were all the time gasping , or sighing or hollering or rolling their eyes or growling, moaning, groaning or whining in situations where those actions seemed uncalled for or out of place I just wanted to scream Use a different word The dialogue wasn t all the time b The story wasgood I did however even as a teenager when I first read it become annoyed by how elementary some of the writing was I kept wondering of the author, Did she not have a thesarus on hand All the characters were all the time gasping , or sighing or hollering or rolling their e I was angry throughout the book Not for what happened to the main character even though it was a horrible experience but actually mad at the character I was mad at Annette because she never spoke out about what happened to her, only to Rhonda She began to stand up for herself against Mr Boatwright but not enough for her to beactive in trying to stop what was happening Ina way it was like she liked it and she began to like Mr Boatwright They were like companions When it was to the I was angry throughout the book Not for what happened to the main character even though it was a horrible experience but actually mad at the character I was mad at Annette because she never spoke out about what happened to her, only to Rhonda She began to stand up for herself against Mr Boatwright but not enough for her to beactive in trying to stop what was happening Ina way it was like she liked it and she began to like Mr Boatwright They were like companions When it was to the point that she ended up in the hospital was mu final draw and i almost put the book back on the shelf I no longer felt sorry for her The Protagonist was her on Antagonist and it was no longer support form me for the abused under dog I had the strongest feeling of I m tired of hearing about it if you re not going to do anything about it That may have come across mean but i would believe sometimes there is a breaking point Killing an unborn child, almost killing yourself, having your o This was one of the many books that made me wish that I could give half stars It was definitely better than a 3 to me, but not quite a 4 I found myself laughing out loud several times, and then sympathetic and sad at others This book touches on every emotion and brings you in for a close look into the African American culture that you might not get unless you were part of it I have already ordered the 2nd book in the series, and I was surprised to see that there are manyas well I ll r This was one of the ma This is the 1st book I read Mary Monroe This book s story line was really good Some parts of this story made me mad My heart broke for Annette Florence At times in the story I was mad at Annette At times in the story I didn t understand Annette s action I was mad at Annette s Muh Dear I was happy for Rhoda, Florence, Pee Wee I really enjoyed the setting of this story because it gave me insight of how in was in the 1960s This story is different from the stories I usually read This is the 1st book I read Mary Monroe This book s story line was really good Some parts of this story made me mad My heart broke for Annette Florence At times in the story I was mad at Annette At times in the story I didn t understand Anne New York Times Bestselling Author Mary Monroe Sweeps Readers Back To The Streets, Porches, And Parlors Of Civil Rights Era Ohio To Bring To Life The First Steps Of An Enduring Friendship Between Two Girls From Opposite Sides Of The TrackAnnette Goode Is A Shy, Awkward, Overweight Child With A Terrible Secret Frightened And Ashamed, Annette Withdraws Into A World Of Books And Food But The Summer Annette Turns Thirteen, Something Incredible Happens Rhoda Nelson Chooses Her As A Friend Dazzling, Generous Rhoda, Who Is Everything Annette Is Not Gorgeous, Slim, And Worldly Welcomes Annette Into The Heart Of Her Eccentric Family, Which Includes Her Handsome And Dignified Father Her Lovely, Fragile Muh Dear Her Brooding, Dangerous Brother Jock And Her Colorful White Relatives Half Crazy Uncle Johnny, Sultry Aunt Lola, And Scary, Surly Granny GooseWith Rhoda S Help, Annette Survives Adolescence And Blossoms As A Woman But When Her Beautiful Best Friend Makes A Stunning Confession About A Horrific Childhood Crime, Annette S World Will Never Be The Same A Coming Of Age Journey Depicted With Wit, Poignancy And Bite Publishers Weekly This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book tells the story of Annette, a young girl who is often called fat and ugly Annette moves from Florida to Ohio with her mother after her father runs off with another woman Her mother takes in an old boarder with one leg to help cover the bills Annette s life forever changes after Mr Boatwright moves in Mr Boatwright begins to molest Annette, after awhile he begins to rape her, and even gets her pregnant The disturbing part starts to use the