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Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama, 2000 - Fiction - 203 pages
Lulu has been translated from a solid midwestern town to a southwestern university where partying rules as the number one major. She's just learned that her boyfriend deals drugs. She's just learned that her father has lost his high-powered job. She's just learned that her grandmother has died. Her twenty-something, thirty-something African-American roommate is partying so hard that she's looking fifty-something. And now Lulu's lost her passport and is stranded in England at the end of a trip that was meant to help her sort out her life. Frick a frack. What Lulu needs is a double espresso to calm her down...

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