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Since each character is written by a different author, each voice is very distinct, yet, the story is cohesive.
I have been on a run of good luck in the last few weeks - reading books that have been interesting and fun at the same time.
The story flows seamlessly between each chapter, making the reader curious as to which character belongs to which author.
This book is FUNNY. Like, absurdly funny.
Evidence via first line:
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I bought this book because I have read everything that e. lockhart has written. I absolutely love her books. This was wonderful as well. Read morePublished on January 21, 2012 by Tricia
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