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Book Title: Learning to Play Gin|
The author of the book: Ally Carter
Edition: Berkley Books
The size of the: 9.98 MB
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Reader ratings: 3.6
Date of issue: November 7th 2006
ISBN 13: 9780425211922
Format files: PDF
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Okay, at first, I just appreciated the author's humor--in the bursting out loud while my roommates look at me strangely way. And then I started getting nervous as the subject matter hit closer and closer to home: I've been so single for so long... am I going to be as horrible as the heroine at adjusting to a relationship when I finally ditch the single status!?
And then I decided that was too much self-introspection, so I went back to enjoying the author's humor.
(Dedicated, lovingly, to my friend, Keri)
"Not too big," Julia reminded her.
"It'll be okay," Nina said. "It'll fall."
"No, it won't!" Julia warned. After all, she was a big-haired girl from the world capital of big-haired girls. Her hair knew better than to fall; falling was for the hair of amateurs.
(Dedicated, self-deprecatingly, to myself)
"When she was in school, boys used to tell her she was the kind of girl they'd love to take home to meet their mother--she was the kind of girl they wanted to marry. Of course, they told her this while they were dating other girls--the dating girls--the fun girls. But now the dating girls all seemed to have become something else--wives. And Julia, it turned out, wasn't good at meeting mothers."
(Dedicated to Maria--who would just love to be able to say this to someone some day)
"Okay," Nina said, appearing behind her. "I think we've got it down. I'm gonna keep Lance's mom away from Lance's dad; Caroline is supposed to keep lance's dad away from Lance; and Amanda is in charge of keeping Lance's mom away from you." She smiled. She'd been working at it for a while--Julia could tell. If all went well, she might just go pro. For a fee, Nina Anders could set your table and referee your family fights. She was going to make a mint.
(Dedicated, mercilessly, to myself)
"Why did personal growth have to require so much effort? Why couldn't it just happen--like regular growth? She could put on twenty pounds without even thinking about it. Shouldn't this be the same way?"
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Read information about the authorAlly Carter writes books about spies, thieves, and teenagers. She is the New York Times Best-selling author of the Gallagher Girls, Heist Society, and Embassy Row series. Her books have been published all over the world, in over twenty languages.
She encourages you to visit her online at allycarter.com and embassyrowbooks.com.
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