Flyy Girl
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  • Flyy Girl
  • Flyy Girl
ISBN: 0743218574
EAN13: 9780743218573
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 7, 2001
Pages: 505
Dimensions: 1.5" H x 6.6" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound


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Book Overview

The bestselling urban classic novel about a young woman coming of age in the late 1980s.
Tracy Ellison, a young knockout with tall hair and attitude, is living life as fast as she can. Motivated by the material world, she and her friends love and leave the young men who will do anything to get next to them. It's only when the world of gratuitous sex threatens heartbreak that Tracy begins to examine her life, her goals, and her sexuality.

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   Can't Wait To See The Movie
Selected as the Book of the Month by EyeCU Reading, Flyy Girl was my very first Omar Tyree to read and I must say... I CAN NOT PUT IT DOWN! I could easily visualize the movie written with such relatable detail and well developed characters. Tracy Ellison takes you on Flyy Girl's coming of age journey of a provocative IT GIRL. With an endless designer dress, hormonal eyes, looks that girls envied and a stream of hazel boys for her choosing... TRACY WAS OUT THERE! This classic read no stone unturned! '' The break-ups to learn lessons to do, bad influences and the lessons learned. If it had not been for the numerous errors I would have given this read with 5 stars, but nevertheless BRAVO! Ebony EyeCU reading recommended approved ''.
   Expected more, received less
Tyree had me reminiscing back on my teenage years, but it was not with great fondness. This urban mean girls were too long, drawn out, and certain sections of the book were unnecessary. I might have enjoyed this book 20 years ago, but as an adult, the bad choices of teenagers and their parents do not interest me at all. I expected more, I guess. Well, there is always hope for the movie. EyeCU approved the approval process.
   Kinda slow for my pace
This was the first time I read a book by O. Tyree. It was good, but my pace was a little slow. I just finished the follow-up book.
This is my 3rd time reading this book, and it hasn t gotten old yet. The emotion, the plot line, everything about this book is just awesome! I will say that I need to read Flyy Girl returns For The Love of Money that Excerprise was Amazing Balls!! By far, Lol is one of my FAVORITE AUTHORS!
   Good read!!
Very entertaining and easy to read. Some parts were a little far fetched, but I love it for most of the time lol.
It was a beautiful young book about a girl growing up to be a great girl, I really enjoyed reading this book, though there were some parts that made me tear up, but it was overall a great book.
   Collectors Item
This book is definitely a collector's item! As a teenager, I think I wanted Tracy lol... The imagery of the book brings me back to my youth. I think I read this book at the age of 13, as an adult, I wouldn 't recommend for teens, but it is a book for teenagers. I read it as an adult and it was not as interesting, more than likely because I don 't think anymore like a hot in the pants teenager! But unfortunately, that is what they promote to young black teens. Over all, it is a decent book.
Some of the things he writes in this particular book is so relatable on so many different levels.
   No Climax
It was ok, and although I am an amateur reader, the book had no climax for me. I have no interest in preparing the sequel.
   Emotionally Invoking
Being a writer myself, I was able to relate poetically to the full characters. I, however, found myself judging Tracy throughout her experiences. I wanted her to do better than at certain points. Had I read this as a teen, I probably wouldn t have judged her. Nevertheless, it kept my attention nonstop and I couldn t get off the ride of reading it even if I wanted to.