Lani s reviewed go ask alice on 8/11/2005 + 2 more book reviews helpful score: 4 this is a great book that will take you into the heart of a teenage girl struggling with her addiction with drugs. Go ask alice by anonymous was a completely eye-opening book that both broke my heart, and made me realize the morals of life although they weren’t mentioned the book was filled with the diary of a teenager who was given a drink laced with lsd and from then on entered the world of drugs. Go ask alice became a cult classic in the 1970s, revealing the inner thoughts of a teen in turmoil and detailing her attempts to pull herself out of her drug-induced haze though the story was widely criticized as a complete fabrication and dismissed as propaganda, its message remained powerful.
Go ask alice is based on the actual diary of a fifteen-year-old drug user it is not a definitive statement on the middle-class, teenage drug world it does not offer any solutions. First published in 1971, go ask alice was the ya phenomenon of its day, and features prominently on america’s most banned books list it’s the cautionary tale of a vulnerable teenager, lured into the heady world of the 1960’s counter culture even the squarest parents know what that means. Go ask alice is one of the best books i've ever read if you're into nonfiction books then i would read this book it tells the story about a teen who travels through the high life and the low life of drugs.
Go ask alice has recently become one of the most interesting and captivating books i have ever read i found it very hard to put down the book once i began reading though the book is an easy read, i would not think any less of the story itself. In the abc movie of the week film version of go ask alice, broadcast 24 january 1973, the protagonist is named alice go ask alice is an honest portrayal of the life of a drug addict originally published in 1971, the book provides an empathetic description of one 15-year-old girl’s descent into a life of drugs that still resonates in today. Go ask alice by beatrice sparks is a novel about a troubled teenage girl, written in the first person as diary entries the name of the main character is never discovered, and the cover of the novel even says that its writer is anonymous. Read go ask alice reviews from parents on common sense media become a member to write your own review parent reviews for go ask alice common sense says authentic, tragic tale of teen drug addiction -- a classic alice thought she was fine this book was a real life and it had a soul this title contains. Rated 5 out of 5 by jessica_lau from go ask alice go ask alice is a great book that talks about a simple happy girl's life turning into a complete nightmare when she turns and does drugs she then has to face the difficultes of living in a lie.
Go ask alice is a supposed diary of a young girl caught up in the wild life of drug abuse in the late 1960s this story follows the typical template for the say no to drugs genre of liturature basically, alice is a good girl gone bad. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for go ask alice at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews go ask alice customer reviews customer reviews 32 out of 5 stars 66 32 out of 5 stars not as good as the book published in 1971 also entitled go ask alice from anonymous diary she had kept a real good. Go ask alice by beatrice sparks (anonymous) 5/5 stars the anonymous “alice” is a 15 year old girl who gets caught up in the world of drugs after unknowingly trying a drink laced with lsd at a party. Go ask alice- setting the setting in this book i liked the most was the scene where alice and her friend chris run away to san francisco to start a new life.
Go ask alice was published anonymously in 1971, but in the last two decades, it still lives in the top 25 most frequently banned books, according to the american library association that's. This feature is not available right now please try again later. The name of my book is go ask alice and it is an anonymous book it takes place all over the us and the main characters are alice and her mom,dad , siblings, grandparents this is an nonfiction book based on a girl who got servers drugs in her coke.
Isbn 0-671-66458-1 (hc) isbn 0-60-81785-1 (pulse pbk) € go ask alice is based on the actual diary of a fifteen-year-old drug user it is not a definitive statement on the middle-class, teenage drug world. This book socks readers in the gut only parents can decide if they want their children to read go ask alice they know their children best, and may wish to read the book themselves before deciding clearly, the book is intense: it graphically describes the waking hell into which the main character descends, her heartfelt but futile battles to return home and stay clean, her pleas to god to. Go ask alice by anonymous a summary of the novel and a look at whether or not it should be censored should it be censored background of the controversy instances of censorship instances of censorship instances of censorship it shouldn't be censored it is a realistic story it is a relatable story it.
Go ask alice was the product of beatrice sparks, an author who has come out with a number of “teens who saw their lives ruined by their bad choices” offerings, each one presented as a true. Go ask alice is based on an actual diary of a fifteen year old drug user names, dates, places, certain events, and drugs have been changed in accordance with the wishes of those concerned, and to keep appropriate. Go ask alice is a great book, but i suggest this book for older readers this book is based on her diary every word you read from there was written by her this book is about a teenager coping with many things such as drugs, enemies, sex and much more in the the book she gets hooked on drugs on accident at a party.