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We Hope You Like This Song: An Overly Honest Story about Friendship, Death, and Mix Tapes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2013

    Read with your Best Friend

    This book makes you appreciate all you have and inspires you to do more with it. Life is so unpredictable and Bree Housley shows this through her life with her late best friend Shelly. It's funny, quirky, sad and honest. Call your best friends, family etc immediately after you finish this book.

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  • Posted January 1, 2013

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    Sweet, sad and so funny! Bree decides to make a "New Year's

    Sweet, sad and so funny! Bree decides to make a "New Year's" resolution per week in honor of Shelly, who was outgoing and crazy fun. She does some normal things like watch musicals and have game night, but also wears weird clothes from the back of her closet and eats things like beef tongue tacos. The book is not really about the resolutions, but how they change Bree, help her heal, and bring back lots of memories of Shelly. The writing is hilarious, bringing a light-hearted touch to the serious subject of grief. Bree was a shy, nerdy child, but she's been influenced by her social butterfly friend. Expect drinking, swearing (the f-word) and mild mention of sex and personal body parts. Most of all expect to have fun reading this. Readers will gain a greater appreciation for their time on this earth and for their friends and family. And discover the World's Largest Truck Stop.

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