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Between a Rock and a Hot Place by Tracey Jackson
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Jun 24, 11

Read in May, 2011

This caught my eye from the library shelf. I was hoping for a funny “coming of age” book but it was more of a humor-peppered downer. Neither a memoir nor a self-help book it seemed to smirk just a little at those who don’t have a plastic surgeon in their Rolodex, inject face-fillers, take hormones, or go to the gym for an hour a day. She was obviously trying to do some good (along with getting a paycheck) talking about sex, dating, health, finances all to avoid being poor, sick, and alone in your later years. Basically it’s funny and depressing… but not in a good way.
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