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    Oh my god, I cannot believe I have a copy of this book Sure, it s a photocopy It s still worth its wait in gold Update I ve just finished this book If the story behind it weren t so intriguing, I never would have read it, but I m glad I did, because it is a fabulously bad book It s 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 andlet s face it, bizarre, it took me longer than it should have.The Pe Oh my god, I cannot believe I have a copy of this book Sure, it s a photocopy It s still worth its wait in gold Update I ve just finished this book If the story behind it weren t so intriguing, I never would have read it, but I m glad I did, because it is a fabulously bad book It s 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 andlet s 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 someone s 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 won t stop drinking Pepsi Cola He begs her to come back, claiming he s 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 doesn t get a trial or even a phone call before he s 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 can t help himself around Preston It s hard times, because all Preston wants is some damn Pepsi cola and his ex girlfriend back, but she s planning to move away Life s full of bad luck, and it s 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 It s 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 It s clear that June had an excellent grasp of Malibu s climate the sun is several times described, aptly, as a fireball in the sky It s so literal Preston thought life is a confusement When he s at the juvenile detention centre, Preston s mother visits him She asks him how he s doing, and he says, It s pretty noisy..the place is like a prison camp Excellent observational skills.It s not a great book, but it s not famous for being a great book either It doesn t have the star appeal or even the written from behind asylum walls intrigue of Save Me the Waltz But it s an extremely rare piece of cultural history, an important door to one of the strangest stories of sisterhood the world has ever known I m proud to have read it


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    June Alison Gibbons owns the rights to her book I expect if she saw evidence of a lot of people asking for it she might be able to work out having it reprinted Discomania and The Pugilist by Jennifer might be trickier.Another idea might be to contact Marjorie Wallace, the twins biographer The Silent Twins She is in her 80s, so this should be done soon She is probably the only one who has read all the twins novels She may still have them, unless she has given them back to June June Alison Gibbons owns the rights to her book I expect if she saw evidence of a lot of people asking for it she might be able to work out having it reprinted Discomania and The Pugilist by Jennifer might be trickier.Another idea might be to contact Marjorie Wallace, the twins biographer The Silent Twins She is in her 80s, so this should be done soon She is probably the only one who has read all the twins novels She may still have them, unless she has given them back to June


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    So I don t usually write reviews, but I can t believe that I got this book I had to jump through a bunch of hoops, but I got it at my library It was a very interesting book, and I would definitely recommend it.


  4. says:

    Weird, yet uncannily entertaining


  5. says:

    Is there anyone on Earth who has a copy of this book If there is anybody out there who can help me locate a copy of this you will have my sincerest, most profound thanks.


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    Hey what fazes you I ll tell you what fazes me the fact that this book is labelled outsider literature and hasn t been re published, while the likes of Twilight and 50 Shades are actually sold as books Considering she did not have the advantage of professional editing and proofreading this is all diy , it s pretty impressive and shows a lot of potential too bad she stopped writing The Pepsi addiction parodies the cola wars of the 1980s The question of whether you prefer Pepsi Hey what fazes you I ll tell you what fazes me the fact that this book is labelled outsider literature and hasn t been re published, while the likes of Twilight and 50 Shades are actually sold as books Considering she did not have the advantage of professional editing and proofreading this is all diy , it s pretty impressive and shows a lot of potential too bad she stopped writing The Pepsi addiction parodies the cola wars of the 1980s The question of whether you prefer Pepsi or Coke is taken to its logical conclusion the eponymous protagonist finds those who favor or promote Coca Cola contemptible I believe the humour is intentional The story reminds me a lot of contemporary teen dramas like Elite, Scream, Riverdale etc It s better then most YA fiction out there Nevertheless, it spotential than finished product, and for those of you so keen to find a copy, don t worry, you re not missing out as much as you think I was able to read it at one of the UK libraries while on vacation it took almost 3 hours As far as I know, it s not available anywhere in North America though


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    I read this in the British Library over two afternoons Bizarre but charming.


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Too much sugar could end your life


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Pepsi Cola Addict [PDF / EPUB] Pepsi Cola Addict A self published novel by June Alison Gibbons, one of the Silent Twins Preston Wildey King, , lives in Malibu with his widowed mother and sister He is literally addicted to Pepsi, to the point that al A self published novel by June Alison Gibbons, one of the Silent Twins Preston Wildey King lives in Malibu with his widowed mother and sister He is literally addicted to Pepsi, to the point that all his thoughts and fantasies are focused on it When he s not drinking it he s dreaming about it, even creating art and poetry based on it It amounts to his religion Pepsi Cola eBook Ü Preston could have written Breathtaking Design Strategy , thecorporate document elevating Pepsi and its logo to metaphysical glory He is deeply in love with Peggy, but she dumps him after an argument over his Pepsi habit His friend Ryan is bisexual and desires him His math tutor seduces him, and when he s sent to juvie after robbing a convenience store mesmerized by a crate of Pepsi, of course, he sits down and drinks some instead of running he s molested by a guard Preston s choices and misfortunes are chronicled with that distinctive Gibbons flair, full of elegant metaphors, quirky slang and over and undercurrents of emotion that take on a life of their own Good luck finding it Only five libraries are known to have it, but apparently bootleg copies exist.

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  • Pepsi Cola Addict
  • June Alison Gibbons
  • 14 September 2019
  • 086116542X

About the Author: June Alison Gibbons

June Alison Gibbons and her twin Jennifer Lorraine became notorious in the s when they carried out a two woman crime spree at age that resulted in both sisters being declared psychopaths and sent to England s most famous high security hospital for the criminally insane However, they already had plenty of experience being creepy before that As kids they were known as the silent twins because Pepsi Cola eBook Ü they refused to speak to anyone but each other, and even then they used their own secret language that no one else could understandBorn to Barbadian parents and raised in Wales, Jennifer and June refused to read or write in school, but at home it was the opposite They read voraciously and filled dozens of diaries with writing, including full novels with names like The Pepsi Cola Addict by June and Discomania by Jennifer Like all children, they liked to play games, but rather than settling for Barbies or Monopoly, they had bizarre rituals where they decided which one would wake up in the morning first or which one would breathe first, and the other one wasn t allowed to do anything until the first one did soTheir relationship was complicated On one hand, they were best friends, and on the other, they occasionally tried to kill each other Jennifer tried to strangle June with the cord of a radio, and June responded by throwing Jennifer off a bridge Their odd behavior escalated as they grew older and turned to petty theft and arson It was at this point that their parents realized there might be something wrong with the girls and agreed to have them committed and if they hadn t, the authorities probably would have insistedIt was toward the end of their year stay at Broadmoor Hospital that the twins would pull off their magnum opus One day, they told their only friend, journalist Marjorie Wallace author of their biography, published years earlier , that one of them wouldn t make it out of the hospital alive Jennifer just looked at Wallace and said, I m going to die We ve decided The twins had realized that they could never be free or normal as long as they were both alive, and so, according to Wallace and later interviews by a reformed June, Jennifer agreed to be the one to die On the day that they were being transferred to a lower security hospital, Jennifer suddenly passed away from a rare heart problem that was never fully explained As predicted, June became better adjusted after she stopped being a twin, and today she lives a quiet life with her family.