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Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park
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Nov 12, 2011

really liked it
Read in November, 2011

Only 1.99$ on kindle! Julie is headed to Boston for her first year of college. She and her mother found a cute little apartment on Craigslist, sent deposits, only to show up to a burrito stand rather than an apartment building. With no where to go she stays with her mothers old college friend until she can find a place. The entire family is super intelligent, but everyone pretends that it isn't weird their 13 year old daughter carries around a cardboard cutout of her older brother Finn. Finn is traveling the world, and Celeste is using flat Finn to cope with missing him. She is extremely smart, but totally lacking in social skills. She is not on the same level as most thirteen year olds, and Julie is determined to help her get back on track. Matt is the middle brother, he attends MIT, and helps with the caretaking of Celeste. Julie, and Finn start an online friendship, and she is hoping to figure out the mystery of flat Finn, and why everyone behaves as if it is completely normal for a thirteen year old to carry around her fake brother.

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