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Doing it

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Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd

3.3
(10)

Language:English | Number of Pages: 336 | Format: Paperback | In other languages: (other languages) German

Isbn-10: 0141018038 | Isbn-13: 9780141018034 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Hardcover , Audio CD , Audio Cassette

Category: Family, Sex & Relationships , Fiction & Literature

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Book Description
Dino, Jonathan, and Ben have got some problems, mostly with Jackie, Deborah, and Alison.Dino's girlfriend Jackie, the most beautiful girl in school, drives him mad with lust, but won't go all the way and relieve Dino of his desperately unwanted virginity. Jonathan likes Deborah. She's smart and funny and she makes him feel very sexy, but she's kind of plump and his mates won't let him hear the end of it. Ben's been seduced by Alison, the pretty young drama teacher at school. And what seems like a dream come true is actually making him miserable. Award-winning author Melvin Burgess has written a daringly honest and often hilarious account of contemporary teenage life, and the ups and downs that surround 'doing it.'
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    I actually can't believe I read this one all the way through. The subject was kind of disgusting (at times for a person that works with high school boys and now is finding out what they might be thinkings!). The author approached teen sexuality from the perspective of three teen boys and their gi ...continue

    I actually can't believe I read this one all the way through. The subject was kind of disgusting (at times for a person that works with high school boys and now is finding out what they might be thinkings!). The author approached teen sexuality from the perspective of three teen boys and their girlfriends and parents. Each chapter is told in the first person point-of-view from different characters. I like this because you get to know each of the characters better. I didn't feel like the book had a point except to give people the insite into what teenage boys are thinking and I'm not sure I needed that. Because I work at a high school I now have to wonder if this is the norm or the exception.

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