Some girls

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Dutton, 1994 - Fiction - 263 pages
15 Reviews
Hip, fresh, and beautifully crafted, this radiant new novel by the author of Velocity explores the erotic possibilities of friendship. As a young woman struggles to come to terms with her newly-found independence after moving to New York, she is befriended by her dazzingly beautiful and mysterious neighbor.

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User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Read this last summer...good in theory...but maybe because it's an older book the content wasn't "shocking" as the author intended but instead felt stale and contrite...I understood the main character's struggles, but at some points I felt the storyline was a bit too predictable... Read full review

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User Review  - Shana Scudder - Goodreads

This is my absolute favorite book of all time. I have lately been going back and re-reading some of my favorites from my teenage years and most of them are crap. This one isn't. It was really ... Read full review


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