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Oh my god, I cannot believe I have a copy of this book. Sure, its a photocopy. Its still worth its wait in gold. Update: Ive just finished this book! If the story behind it werent so intriguing, I never would have read it, but Im glad I did, because it is a fabulously bad book. Its so sincerely bad, reading it was hard. At a mere 130 pages, I should have finished it in a matter of days, but the prose is so indulgent and...lets face it, bizarre, it took me longer than it should have.The Pepsi-Cola Addict was printed by a vanity press with no editing or even basic grammar checking whatsoever (at one point, my eye shocked over the word penin, only to realise the sentence was about a pen in someones pocket). It is about a white Malibu teenage boy named Preston who is, quite literally, addicted to Pepsi-Cola. He faces many trials due to his addiction; his girlfriend dumps him, ostensibly over the fact that he wont stop drinking Pepsi-Cola. He begs her to come back, claiming hes done with that stuff. He gets caught robbing a convenience store because long after the alarms have gone off and the police sirens rush toward the store, he waits around drinking several cans of Pepsi-cola. He doesnt get a trial or even a phone call before hes in the prison laundry, sucking on freshly laundered, still-wet sheets, trying to quench his thirst for Pepsi-ColaPreston is an odd teenager, mostly because of how much he, his sister, and his friends amble around. He gets seduced by his teacher, gets sexually threatened by the warder at the juvenile detention centre. In fact, no one can leave Preston alone; even his best friend cant help himself around Preston. Its hard times, because all Preston wants is some damn Pepsi-cola and his ex-girlfriend back, but shes planning to move away. Lifes full of bad luck, and its enough to make a guy want to drink 3 Pepsi-Colas. Against the odds, but a touch too late, Preston manages to get the girl back. Its tragedy.Better than the convoluted plot is the writing-- here are my favourite bits:Gibbons grew up in cold grey Wales, but the book is all about Malibu. Its clear that June had an excellent grasp of Malibus climate: the sun is several times described, aptly, as a fireball in the sky. Its so literal!Preston thought; life is a confusement.When hes at the juvenile detention centre, Prestons mother visits him. She asks him how hes doing, and he says, Its pretty noisy.....the place is like a prison camp. Excellent observational skills.Its not a great book, but its not famous for being a great book either. It doesnt have the star appeal or even the written from behind asylum walls intrigue of Save Me the Waltz. But its an extremely rare piece of cultural history, an important door to one of the strangest stories of sisterhood the world has ever known. Im proud to have read it.
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