The Art of Losing

The Art of Losing THE ART OF LOSING follows year old Harley who learns that her boyfriend has been unfaithful with her sister Audrey After a drunk driving accident leaves Audrey with amnesia Harley relies on an o
  • Title: The Art of Losing
  • Author: Lizzy Mason
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  • Page: 141
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  • The Art of Losing
    THE ART OF LOSING follows 17 year old Harley, who learns that her boyfriend has been unfaithful with her sister, Audrey After a drunk driving accident leaves Audrey with amnesia, Harley relies on an old friend for help to let go of the past so that she can rewrite her future.
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    Lizzy Mason grew up in northern Virginia before moving to New York City for college and a career in publishing She lives in Queens, NY with her husband and cat in an apartment full of books The Art of Losing is her first novel Visit her online at LizzyMasonBooks or follow her on Twitter and Instagram at LizzyMason21

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  • I was so honored to read an early draft of this and am so thrilled that everyone else will be able to read it As an only child, I actually do have a soft spot for stories about sisters when done right , and this one really got me emotional Three cheers for Lizzy






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