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Arvin Ahmadi

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Arvin Ahmadi is the author of Down and Across, Girl Gone Viral, and How It All Blew Up. He graduated from Columbia University and worked in the tech industry prior to becoming a full-time writer. When he's not reading or writing books, he can be found watching late-night talk show interviews and editing Wikipedia pages. He lives in New York City. ...more

Average rating: 3.62 · 8,769 ratings · 1,916 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
How It All Blew Up

3.85 avg rating — 4,047 ratings — published 2020 — 4 editions
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Down and Across

3.49 avg rating — 3,050 ratings — published 2018 — 8 editions
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Girl Gone Viral

3.32 avg rating — 1,672 ratings — published 2019 — 7 editions
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“Our lives aren't so different from a crossword puzzle, sure. But the thing about life is we don't get to draw the grid; we take the rows and columns we're given. Our bodies, parents, mental health issues, all that. What we do get to do is fill the cells.”
Arvin Ahmadi, Down and Across

“Because completion isn't a prerequisite for growth. Momentum is.”
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“I just don’t get all the hype around pretty people. I get why they exist—for meet-cute purposes, for magazine spreads—but they’re just so stressful to be around. Who needs that kind of stress in their life? Not me.”
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“Reva was like the pills I took. They turned everything, even hatred, even love, into fluff I could bat away. And that was exactly what I wanted—my emotions passing like headlights that shine softly through a window, sweep past me, illuminate something vaguely familiar, then fade and leave me in the dark again.”
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