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Cat and Mouse

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My name is Roxanne Vaughn. Most people just call me Roxy. My parents call me a disappointment. I'm not gonna lie--I hate how much they detest me, but I've learned to embrace their skepticism. What better way to write poetry than to feel like an outcast?
Insecure. Ugly. Stupid.
Even writing about my failure in pre-med has earned me some notoriety in my creative writing
Paperback, 462 pages
Published August 23rd 2016 by Lady and Her Pen
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Thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

First of all; This book only has 1 rating on Goodreads and that's really weird to me, because the writing is GREAT. I was able to slay this 526 page book in two days! There are some cons for me as well, but I do believe this is a pretty good book for a debut and also for a first in a series where a lot of things can improve.

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I would've given this book 3,5
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