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Blisty - Metal By Lizzie De La Riche Book Review

2021-10-28 09:12:22

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Blisty is an award-winning independent magazine dedicated to alternative arts, politics, alternative lifestyle and art. Its online presence has made it a serious competitor in the global marketplace. This article will cover some of the issues covered in this quarterly magazine. Subscriptions are welcome!


This month's feature story is "Busty the Bandit." Author Nickola Tuckerman is back with her third book of the series, busty. If you have any queries concerning in which and how to use click through the up coming web site, you can get hold of us at the web site. She takes a look at how punk rock and politics intersect in the subculture of teenagers. She interviews several kids from the scene, who share their ideas, memories, perspectives, philosophy, politics, and music tastes. The result is an articulate portrait of a vibrant subculture that refuses to conform to any rigid mold.


The bandit character, also known as Brittney Spears, makes her debut in the pages of Blisty. She is described as a sweet innocent with big dreams. She is compared to Janis Joplin and says her dream was to make a really good band and get really famous. Her image as a scrappy girl with a bad attitude, wearing mismatched clothes, a metal-helmeted devil with the devil horns, and a short zit-faced punk all describe aspects of her image.


As she chats with the kids, Brittney Spears identifies herself as a misunderstood rebel. She says her image isn't as 'mainstream' as she might like to think. Instead, she says, she chooses to be herself and to keep true to her band while making a name for herself as an artist.


The bandit character's relationship with her mother is the central theme of the book. She tells of how her mother fed up with everything about her, such as her hair and her punky image, all of which made her daughter not feel like she fit in. When the bandit decides to get her own music record deal, it's to replace one that has failed. In an attempt to do so, the bandit uses her own image, a tattoo, to secure the record deal.


Blisty shares some of Spears' music and some of the lyrics are surprisingly sassy for a pop princess. While the story is a little melodramatic, at times, it still held my interest. I'm looking forward to reading more about this book. It just might be worth reading as a stand-alone title, just to see what happens after the bandit meets with demise.


Lizzie De La Riche is an accomplished writer. She has several books to her credit including the cookbook "The Bachelorette Cookbook" and the children's book "Big Little Book of Practical Magic". Her experience as a professional artist shines through in her writing. I am not disappointed by Blisty. I enjoyed it just as much as I enjoyed "The Bachelorette Cookbook" and think the author captured some of that spirit in this book.


The author does a good job of explaining the bandit's appeal. She also touches on aspects of womanhood that many women can relate to. This book is geared towards female readers and although there are a few male characters, they are mostly shown in a humorous light that leaves them little more than comic relief. This book is not for the teenage metal head. There are plenty of books out there aimed at teenage boys and girls looking for something different but none offer a similar storyline. I hope that Lizzie De La Riche's new book will continue to be successful and be enjoyed by her fans.

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