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Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park
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Jan 17, 12

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Read from September 12 to 19, 2011

Flat-Out Love was an insanely charming book. I haven't fully read a book in one day in a long while. It had me captivated before the first chapter ended.

Julie is a college student just starting college in Boston, but gets screwed on her apartment. She ends up staying with a friend of her mothers, and meets a very eccentric family. There are parents who are teachers and are very upbeat it seems, a middle son who attends MIT and wears amazingly awesome t-shirts, to a younger daughter who is slightly on the quirky side. The daughter, Celeste carries around a Flat Finn, which is a cut out of her older brother Finn who is travelling around the world.

Finn is very elusive but Julie makes contact with him through facebook and a connection is made. It keeps you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out why the sister carries around a cut out of her brother plus many other family dynamics. Matt, the middle brother has an amazingly dry humor that you cannot just be enchanted by him and Celeste makes you want to just sit down and listen to her speak.

Flat-Out Love has many laugh-out-loud moments and times where you want to just cry your eyes out. The characters have facebook updates throughout the book that make it very relatable with how much technology is used nowadays. This book is a definitely a GREAT book that is a MUST read.

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“Then she did what any girl would do: she Googled him.”
Jessica Park, Flat-Out Love

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61.0% "Looooving this book so much."

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