Jean Biscassi Biscassi from River Gee, Liberia
** incompetent on one's toes ** I'm not entirely certain how I want to percentage this album, so I gave it a 3. I thought that the first half of the story was utterly useless for my aims (I thought I was education a album about a hermaphrodite, yet the first half stalled any such interpretation). When the story about Cal came, I felt that it was rushed and shallow, even when gripping. I think that, in an attempt to sound genuine about the story, the author neglected any substantial foray into the mind and experiences of a hermaphrodite. Perhaps Callie did not care about her unconventional genitalia, but I would figure her adolescences would be more angst-ridden, more confused, and a lot less experimental. I can't help but think that this album should be written by a real-life hermaphrodite, which might remedy this position, as well as what appeared to me as stalling for the sake of historical tangents.