Meg Wolitzer’s novel follows six people who meet at a summer camp for artsy teens in 1974.
A suspenseful tale wrought with secret websites; fake news stories; a cultish, underground film director; and myriad cultural references.
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Debut author Anton DiSclafani’s story takes off running from its setting in a 1930s equestrienne boarding school. Part love story, part coming-of-age tearjerker, it follows an exiled girl forced into power plays of money, beauty, and popularity that are fun to read about if only because of how uncomfortable they make you.Available at amazon.com, $17.50.
Part love story, part coming-of-age tearjerker.
The story of passive-aggressive Jodi and serial cheater Todd who live (what looks like the good life) in a waterfront Chicago condo.
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