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Audition & Subtraction by Amy Fellner Dominy
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Sep 06, 12

Read from September 05 to 06, 2012

I was so excited to read this book because I loved OyMG so much. The two are very different and while I definitely preferred OyMG, I really enjoyed this one, too.

I think everyone can relate to the idea of being left behind. Tatum tries so hard to cling to her friendship with Lori that she's very willing to sell herself short. And, like most of us (or, at the very least, like me), she won't admit to being upset or hurt because it may cause a fight or accusations of being jealous that Lori has a boyfriend and she doesn't.

She even goes out on a fake date with her friend Aaron so that Lori will wonder what else Tatum has going on that she isn't sharing. (And honestly, Aaron is so much cooler than Lori's boyfriend Michael.)

This is a very sweet, fun book. And it's impossible not to cheer for Tatum. Highly recommended.
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