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Why Girls Are Weird by Pamela Ribon
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Sep 22, 11

bookshelves: chicklit, kindle
Read on August 01, 2011

Pretty sure the Kindle store was having a sale on this (sorry Pamie), and I'm glad I picked it up. I've read Going in Circles, and had the pleasure of meeting May Q Holla, and am a general Pamela Ribon groupie - did you know she's in the dictionary!? True story.

I loved Going in Circles because I'd been there done that, and there wasn't as much I could relate to in this book about a blogger who starts to blend fact and fiction as she shares her life with the internet. But some of the weird is still familiar, because plenty of girls have said and done stupid and crazy things to avoid conflict or to make other people happy. The protagonist is likable, even when she isn't, because she's human and not malicious.

It's a fun book, and I tore through it when I couldn't sleep because I was in the country and there weren't sirens outside my window, only crickets and rain on leaves.
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