Goose

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Abrams, 08.09.2015 - 256 Seiten
Best friends Renée and Flo have been inseparable for years. But now, as high school graduation looms, the girls’ rock-solid friendship is beginning to show cracks. Flo has her heart set on going to university, with Renée right by her side, but all Renée wants is to stop going to school as soon as possible. To distract themselves from the inevitable and frightening future, Renée gets swept up in a romance with an older man, while Flo starts attending a church group. With such different paths and views on life, the girls start to worry that it isn’t just high school that’s ending—but also their friendship.

Told through alternating perspectives in a gritty, poignant, and hilarious voice, Goose will appeal to fans of Rainbow Rowell, Louise Rennison, and Lauren Myracle.
 

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GOOSE

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Flo and Renée are back with their angst-filled, sex-preoccupied lives, full of cigarettes and drinking and drugs—only this time graduation looms, so they think about serious stuff, too. With an ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Guernsey April
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?
SPICE UP YOUR LIFE
TOO MUCH
MOVE OVER
BUMPER TO BUMPER
SAY YOULL BE THERE
VIVA FOREVER
HEADLINES
August 1997
GOODBYE
Acknowledgments About the Author
Urheberrecht

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Dawn O’Porter is the author of Paper Airplanes and a British journalist known for her frank and often comedic investigations of women’s issues, including weight, breast cancer, and self-esteem. She has made documentaries for the BBC, TLC, WE tv, and others. She also writes a column for Glamour UK. She lives in L.A. and New York with her husband, actor Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids, Girls). Visit her online at dawnoporter.co.uk.

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