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Fag Hag
Fag Hag
Author: Robert Rodi
A celebration of human foibles and an offbeat optimism fuel the humor in this lively tale of unrequited love turned to perilous obsession. — Flamboyant Natalie Stathis, the novel's eponymous fag hag, lives for the companionship of Peter, a handsome artist who escorts her through a drug-enhanced kaleidoscope of Chicago's gay nightlife, all the whi...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780452269408
ISBN-10: 0452269407
Publication Date: 1/1/1993
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Plume
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
A fun, quick read. The main character has a definite sharp edge to her and comes off as a bit shallow. This is the first book I've read by the author, Robert Rodi, and I'll definitely be looking for other books of his to read. :-)
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Helpful Score: 2
"I read this book years ago. Just when I was starting to get tired of the overly P.C. humorless writings that the gay community was being subjected to. This book was a godsend both then and now. It could be a Psychological essay on the type of girls who become fixated on gay men used in classes at Ivy League schools if it wasn't so damn funny.

Natalie loves Peter, She loves hanging out with him, going to clubs, watching movies, and she knows if she can keep breaking up his relationships by subtle sabotage he will one day realize that all of those men can't make him happy, only she can. Read on while she slips farther and farther from reality, especially when Peter meets perhaps the "one". I've enjoyed all of Mr. Rodi's books but for character depth, humor, and re-readability this one is still my favorite."
- S. Gould

I couldn't put it down - Hilarious!
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Helpful Score: 2
This was my first experience with this writer. It was a very quick read. Although I found myself actually laughing out load at some points, I also found myself rolling my eyes at all the clichés. All in all it was an enjoyable read. If you are looking for a quick read, this is the book for you.
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