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About the Author

Jen Doll is a contributing editor for Mental Floss magazine and has written for The Atlantic, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, The Hairpin, New York magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Slate, Vice, The Village Voice, and other publications. She has attended dozens of weddings and had pretty much mostrar mais every possible feeling about them. She lives in Brooklyn. mostrar menos

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Conhecimento Comum

Sexo
female
Nacionalidade
USA
Locais de residência
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Ocupações
managing edition at Mental Floss

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Enjoyable story about kids working in a quirky store that re-sells the contents of lost luggage while working out their own emotional baggage.
 
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hmonkeyreads | 9 outras críticas | Jan 25, 2024 |
I would give this book 3.5 stars for reivew*

I really enjoyed the setting and the characters in this book. It was a super fast summer themed read. It was fast pace read that dealt with harder topics but was in such a easy to digest way. I thought this book tackled so many current issues in such a "slice of life" way that was so well done. I thought all the main characters brought such a fun POV to the novel and I really enjoyed them all! I would de read more by this author in the future. The setting and the store was charming framework for the story!… (mais)
 
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lmauro123 | 9 outras críticas | Dec 28, 2023 |
I would give this book 3.5 stars for reivew*

I really enjoyed the setting and the characters in this book. It was a super fast summer themed read. It was fast pace read that dealt with harder topics but was in such a easy to digest way. I thought this book tackled so many current issues in such a "slice of life" way that was so well done. I thought all the main characters brought such a fun POV to the novel and I really enjoyed them all! I would de read more by this author in the future. The setting and the store was charming framework for the story!… (mais)
 
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lmauro123 | 9 outras críticas | Dec 28, 2023 |
teen fiction, highschool debate team competitors fall in love. (CW/TW: active shooter scare/resulting trauma, racist and homophobic language, a whole lot of blatant sexism, misogyny and harassment, including a somewhat scary scene where Millie finds herself locked in a room with the males who've been harassing her.)

these kids are a little geeky-intense about their forensics tournaments, but also earnest and charming, and the story quickly turns into a super cute teen romance that then transforms into a powerful story about speaking out and reclaiming your narratives. All of it is kickass.… (mais)
 
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reader1009 | 1 outra crítica | Oct 10, 2022 |

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3
Membros
227
Popularidade
#99,086
Avaliação
3.2
Críticas
34
ISBN
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