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Separation Anxiety

3.48  ·  Rating Details  ·  121 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Karen Brichoux takes a bold new turn with this cutting-edge, well-written novel about a lifelong friendship between a girl and a guy in their twenties.

After "breaking up" with her friend Jonah, Wichita Gray has to give some serious thought to what makes a man a friend and what makes him a lover-so she can avoid repeating the mistakes of the past, and grab her chance to g
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Paperback, 256 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by NAL Trade
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Feb 06, 2014 Robert Blackman rated it it was ok
I hate every character for different reasons and all the flashbacks are a pain to follow
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Jun 16, 2007 Es rated it liked it
i enjoyed this book. reading something that doesn't require too much thinking once in a while is always a good change. It had a good story line and the flashbacks were used effectively throughout the chapters.
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I like it so far, the girl is kind of giving me whiplash because she is all over the place but i like it.
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Feb 04, 2012 Sara rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 1000-before-30
Good funny, light reading for adults.

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The daughter of American missionaries, I was born and raised in Southeast Asia. Most of my childhood was spent reading or forcing the long-suffering family pets to act out the plots of books I'd recently read.

In college, everything interested me, and I could never answer the question “What do you want to be?” without a measure of sarcasm over the idea that “being” something was somehow equated wit
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