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"[A] very funny and strangely moving book."--The Edmonton Journal

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'The teenage rites-of-passage novel gets a distinctly new twist ... Kudos to Brown for turning young-adult literature inside out.'

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Pain was never so funny Oct. 3 2009
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A wonderful book for a teenage girl, but hysterically funny for anyone who can look back at being a teenager as well. Jocelyn Brown writes about teen angst and alienation in a true and very funny voice.


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