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  • Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton
    Social Creature
    Release date: Jun 05, 2018

    GONE GIRL meets Gossip Girl in this sharp, biting and irresistible debut about parties and ambition in New York City--introducing a

    Format: Print book

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    Availability: 100 copies available, 691 people requesting

    Giveaway dates: Jan 03 - Mar 03, 2018

    Countries available: US

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