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Flat-Out Love MP3 CD – 20 Nov 2012

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Product details

  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Corporation; MP3 Una edition (20 Nov. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1469253062
  • ISBN-13: 978-1469253060
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.3 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (167 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,334,495 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Jessica Park is the author of the young adult novel RELATIVELY FAMOUS, five Gourmet Girl mysteries (written as Jessica Conant-Park) and the e-shorts FACEBOOKING RICK SPRINGFIELD and WHAT THE KID SAYS (Parts 1 & 2). She grew up in the Boston area and then went to Macalester College in frigid St. Paul, Minnesota. During her freshman year, there was a blizzard on Halloween, and she decided that she was not cut out for such torture. So she moved back to the east coast where, she'd forgotten, it still snows. Oops. She now lives in New Hampshire with her husband, son, bananas dog named Fritzy, and two selfish cats. When not writing, she is probably on Facebook , pining over 80s rock stars, or engaging in "Glee" activities. Or some combination of the three. Probably with a coffee in hand. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I really enjoyed this book but unfortunately I read other reviews first and honestly they ruined it for me. I don't think in a review the story should be told and this is what happened. I don't want to ruin it for others but please don't give it away before we get a chance to find out for ourselves!!!!!
Nice easy read. pick up and put away
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I am late reading Flat-Out Love but for once that makes me feel like I am the lucky one because usually I am the one jealous of people that get to read books I love for the first time and have that initial excitement and the rush of emotions a great book gives you. A book that makes you devour it in one sitting if you can, one that you don't mind loosing sleep over, one where you fall in love with all the characters, one that has you in stitches of laughter, one that makes you cry and run out of man-sized tissues and one that stays with you afterwards stealing a piece of your heart; a book like Flat-Out Love!

So I am not going to say anything about this book except read it, and I hope it will be as special, emotional and un-spoilt for you as it was for me!!!

Oh and I am a bit jealous of you right now!!
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This book wasn't written with my demographic in mind! That said there was something about the story that held me long enough to finish it. Overall i struggle to identify with teenagers who quote South Pacific in their facebook posts and those that talk and think about life straight out of a Gilmore Girls or Dawsons Creek episode.
The Kindle Daily Deal is a bit hit and miss - this was a prefect 3/5. In the hands of the desired audience it may well be worthy of 4/5, definitely no classic.
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Two stars because I finished it and because there is a small twist in the tale. Otherwise yawn, yawn plot involving a student taken in by a family when her flat falls through. The disturbed child plot hardly makes sense - of course the clueless teen manages to succeed where trained professionals flounder. You have to read incredibly stupid email "dialogue" for pages - which turns out is just as unreal in the story as it sounds in reality.

If you are over being a student don't bother with this one.
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Now I know what all the fuss about this book is ,it had me laughing out loud at the total random and off the wall humour which is so like mine while also really touching my emotions at other points yes I totally got the twist real early on during the first chapters which usually ruins a story for me but this time it totally didn't matter as I just enjoyed it so much and read it all in under two hours it was a story I couldn't put down and will defiantly revisit read this book you won't be disappointed
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Flat-Out love is more than a love story between two people. Although there is romance, Jessica Park's contemporary YA novel for me was more about the love of a family, and the lengths people will go to, to help the ones they love.

If you do work out the twist from the beginning of Flat-Out Love, I promise you it won't detract from your enjoyment of the story. If you don't work it out, then you're in for a clever and heart-squeezing ride. The heroine Julie is a likeable college Freshman who descends on Boston (I always wanted to go to Boston, now I'm frickin' antsy after Park's wonderful descriptions) and a super intelligent family to turn their lives upside down. The best thing about Julie is her genuine likeability - she has a huge heart and an absolutely insane sense of humour that I loved. The Watkins family is really special too. Matt the MIT geek is funny and likeable and so sweetly protective of his little sister Celeste. As for Celeste and her cardboard copy of her big brother Finn she takes with her everywhere... oh holy hell she made me laugh. She's cute, completely socially awkward and blunt in a way you can't help but love.
My favourite thing about the entire book was probably the dialoguing. Suffice to say the banter is excellent. The IMs between Finn and Julie had me laughing out loud, they were so off the wall and my exact sense of humour (and actually reminiscent of the kinds of stuff me and my friends gibber nonsensically about in emails).

The writing itself is easy, modern prose that sweeps you through the book (I read it in one sitting) and catches you in the gut and in those laughter lines around the eye with its beautiful simplicity and poignant perception of a family in need.

Wonderful read. I highly recommend.

Five Massive Massive Stars!
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I downloaded this book as it was free and I'm so glad I did. It wasn't what I expected at all but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I won't ruin it for you by telling you the entire story but I will say it focuses on a girl who heads for college and has a disastrous luck when she finds out the flat she paid in advance never existed. Her mum steps in and gets her to move in with her old college room mate and her family. The story surrounds the family, their personalities, relationships and how by bringing in someone new can change their own perspectives. I really enjoyed it.
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I really enjoyed this book of young love. I thought Matt Watkins an absolute sweet heart , a real geek but he tries so hard to deal with Celeste and help Julie. The twist is clever and brings the whole story together at the end. Thought flat Finn so funny and Celeste such a complicated girl who is coping with a lot at a young age. Liked all the descriptive bits about Boston as it really set the scene for Julie's college life. This is a good book especially if you manage to not see any spoilers before you read it as it will ruin the whole book for you.
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