Four Dungeon & Dragons-playing friends hang out twice a week, yet don’t know each other. Separately, they are each struggling with something that they think too hard to share:
One doesn’t know how to live without his girlfriend
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I am a huge, no-holds-barred fan of Gayle Forman’s work. I first read If I Stay in early 2013, which was so sad and hopeful at the same time. Her Just One Day series is one of my favorites, and I squealed (internally) like a twelve-year-old at... Read More | Share it now!
Mrs. Heffley has decided that the family is going on a road trip…to Disney World! Of course baby brother Manny is the only one upset that they aren’t going to visit Aunt Loretta in the nursing home. And really, Greg would just rather spend... Read More | Share it now!
**Happy Again is a sequel novella to This is What Happy Looks Like, so there may be spoilers.**
I just (happily) discovered that Ms. Smith wrote a mini-sequel to her novel This Is What Happy Looks Like. The coolest thing about eBooks and the internet... Read More | Share it now!
Having read almost all of John Green’s published works, I still had Paper Towns to devour. Like many zealous readers, I’d much rather finish the book before seeing a movie adaptation that Hollywood tells me is going to be just as good.... Read More | Share it now!
All I wanted was for her to love me and to do something meaningful with my life.
Briefly: Through amazing coincidence, subconscious design or arranged by a humorous universe, Colin Singleton has only dated girls named Katherine. Dated and and been... Read More | Share it now!
I read The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight a few weeks ago and loved it. I wanted to check out other books by this author as well, so I found You Are Here. Ms. Smith seems to have plots and subject matter that hasn’t been... Read More | Share it now!