dr.a.g. by Christopher Logan

Published February 27, 2015 by Kaitlin Michelle

Review22051972

Goodreads Summary:

Drag has become a diverse form of expression that challenges, entertains, and educates by pushing boundaries, while embracing beauty, comedy and glamour. The performers in this book are evidence of that diversity, captured by some of the top photographers working in today’s world.

My Thoughts:

I would totally by this book based on the cover.  This would make a perfect coffee table book.  I got this book for free on Netgalley, and the pictures look beautiful on my computer.  It does not look good on my Kindle though.  You really need full screen (or page) color photos to enjoy this book.  I did not know that drag was a theater term for dressed as a girl, but feel like I should have.  I have been a super fan of Jeffree Star forever!  He is crazy beautiful, and his eyebrow game is on point.  I think I recognize a couple of the other models from RuPaul’s Drag Race. I wish they had sent me a print copy of this book, because it is gorgeous and I would totally leave it out as a conversation piece when I have guests.  I don’t even have a coffee table, and I would leave it out.  ❤

8PS: What do you think of coffee table books? Yay or nay? 

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