"Where I'm from, I had a posse. My girls would do anything I wanted - fight, have sex, get high, vomit to stay skinny. I told my best friend her butt was too big. She quit eating and went down to eighty pounds. Then she burned herself alive." This is the story of one runaway girl's attempt to reclaim the soul she lost to image advertising. Her heroic journey spans the country and her culture, from the glitzy malls of Dallas to an isolated fishing village, the story of a girl trying to go home, a place she's never been. She found herself in Pacific City.
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