August 2004 :: Print Reviews
Marty Beckerman intertwines a fictional narrative with various disturbing facts about teenage sexuality to form a fairly accurate document about modern teenage promiscuity and hedonism. Fairly accurate according to Daniel Mitchell, anyway, who apparently led the life of Riley as a teen.
In a Hollywood-ready plot, an attractive woman named Joey is tossed off a boat by her husband, for reasons unknown. With the help of her friends and relations--including a loopy sheepherding brother from New Zealand--she sets out to find out what's what. Come on in, Ben Varkentine says. The water's fine.
The kid can write. Who knew? Ben Varkentine is just as surprised as you are.
Do you remember when girls wore slacks? - so hip!
Traffic stops, men get heart attacks - so hip!
Seems so strange Carl F Gauze took it like thatůso hip it hurts!