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I hadn't realized this was such a YA book. Sue, the 17 year old protagonist, came off as closer to 14 to me, very immature.

As a bit if plot re-hashing, which I normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her Aunt Coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. At that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over Coral's lifetime from her journals; I liked that as an alternative to Sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. Coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. Naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of Sue's obsession. Never fear, by the end she's contrite, Sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and Coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. Sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

One of the few audiobooks where the author's own narration is probably better than a professional would have done.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

one of the few audiobooks where the author's own narration is probably better than a professional would have done.
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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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as a bit if plot re-hashing, which i normally avoid, her mother's just committed suicide, and she hates her dad's fiancée, so she's off to her aunt coral at her mother's family estate, or at least manse. at that point, some of the story is told in flashback form over coral's lifetime from her journals; i liked that as an alternative to sue mooning over a boy she can't have in the present. coral's the best part of the story, although she's rather immature herself, at her best when leading the weekly writing seminars. naturally, there's a villain as well, who becomes the girlfriend of the object of sue's obsession. never fear, by the end she's contrite, sue learns that the truth about her parents wasn't what she'd assumed, her life is on track, and coral is left with a rehabilitated manse, formerly a money pit, to run as a sort of guest house. sorry for the spoilers, but most readers would see all that coming in a book where everything's tied up very neatly.

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