Book Reviews of Tattoo Girl

Tattoo Girl
Tattoo Girl
Author: Brooke Stevens
ISBN-13: 9780312269104
ISBN-10: 0312269102
Publication Date: 3/21/2001
Pages: 256
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
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Tattoo girl is an evocative story of a perseverance abd duscivert ub tge face of insanity and corruption. A young girl is found alone in an Ohio mall long after closing hours, unable to speak, and covered head to foot in fish-scale tattoos. Her identity presents an enigma. She is adopted and named Emma by Lucy, a former circus fat lady. Warned that Emma may be in danger from whoever gave her the mysterious tattoos, Lucy goes in search of Emma's real identity, a quest that leads Lucy to a confrontation with the demons haunting her past.
Tattoo Girl is the story of a woman and her adopted daughter, who undertake a difficult journey into salvation's dark heart in order to rediscover their identities---identities that were crushed by evil men. By turns surreal, nightmarish, and heartwarming, Tattoo Girl is ultimately an affirmation of the powerful bond between two people overcoming adversity.
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I had a hard time putting this down. I found it riveting. The quote on the back says it well. "Nightmarishly surreal and tenderly human at the same time." Francesca Lia Block
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Great read and kept me hooked. Very interesting story line. If you want something different then check this one out.
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It's a bit dark but a very interesting story.