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Sweet and vicious by David Schickler

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Published by Dial Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Wisconsin

Subjects:

  • Car washes -- Employees -- Fiction,
  • Jewel thieves -- Fiction,
  • Gangsters -- Fiction,
  • Wisconsin -- Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementDavid Schickler.
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3569.C4848 S85 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination242 p. ;
Number of Pages242
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3304906M
ISBN 100385335687
LC Control Number2004047830

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  Sweet/Vicious opens with a three-part story arc that introduces Jules and Ophelia to each other, sets up the show's status quo and deals with the immediate fallout of Ophelia accidentally killing one of their targets. From there, they go after a number of different and vile targets, including a ride share service that preys upon drunk women and a sorority whose . Sweet Vicious. 55 likes. Conoce nuestras deliciosas galletas, hechas artesanalmente con amor y materiales de calidad. La perfecta mezcla entre sabor y formas divertidas.5/5(4). Sweet and Vicious: Baking with Attitude INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards -- FinalistAn irreverent cookbook filled with inventive recipes for baking that deliver a punch. Libbie Summers is not your run-of-the-mill cook.   Now that story will live on in a new medium, thanks to graphic novel publisher Black Mask Studios. Vanity Fair has exclusively revealed that Robinson and Black Mask are pairing up on a new Sweet/Vicious comic book, set for release in early Although the project itself was primarily spurred into action by the current news cycle and the U.S. Senate judiciary .

Praise “Sweet and Vicious is funny, cool, surprisingly and wonderfully violent, has great characters, a ridiculously beautiful love story, a perfect ending. Read it.” –James Frey, author of A Million Little Pieces "Think Bonnie and Clyde as it might have been written by Tom Robbins" –Publishers Weekly "Schickler is a rare find he mixes love, violence, ardor, and humor in . Sweet/Vicious is an MTV series created by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson that premiered on Novem While the show was canceled after one season, Robinson has written a "season two" comic book, due out in The series follows the adventures of two college girls, Jules (Eliza Bennett) and Ophelia (Taylor Dearden), who act as vigilantes, punishing the . With a road trip, a jewel heist, and organized crime, Sweet and Vicious has all the ingredients of a conventional hard-boiled novel, yet it is anything but conventional. What devices does the author use to take his book beyond a standard genre? In what ways does he amplify the novel's literary traits and avoid creating caricatures? Sweet and Vicious by David Schickler About the Book "Fascinating and hilarious," "relentlessly clever," and "truly haunting" are all phrases that have been used to describe David Schickler's unique talent. And all apply to this brash, brilliant novel featuring two of the most memorable characters in contemporary fiction: Grace McGlone and Henry.