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Candy and Me by Hilary Liftin
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Dec 21, 2007

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Read in July, 2003

I buzzed through this book online for free, courtesy of Microsoft. If I'm going to read an e-book, I'd prefer something formatted for my Visor, as it's much more portable, but I'm never one to turn down free - esp since I'd wanted to read this book.

Much like its main topic - it was light, fluffy and sweet, with a chewy center. Hilary discusses her obsessive relationship with all things sucrose-laced, and how, as love becomes more important in her life, candy becomes less important. Mostly humorous, with the occasional wistful look at an awkward adolescence and early adulthood.

It's a quickie read, and as such, I'd recommend it as a library or other freebie read - I wouldn't buy it in hardback, unless I found it used.

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