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But in the end I think the story reads a little long, doesn't really go anywhere, and suffers from too many of these great characters. I think with some plot streamlining and a few changes to the story to give it a purpose this could be a really good book. This story suffers from having more copy editors than story editors working on it. Benjamin Thornton marked it as to-read Jan 12, Margeaux marked it as to-read Jan 12, DJ marked it as to-read Jan 15, David added it Jan 16, Annabelle marked it as to-read Jan 21, Sunandini marked it as to-read Feb 03, Lindsay Peck marked it as to-read Mar 10, Amal marked it as to-read May 05, If you ask William--brash, wannabe lady charmer, tragically British--the answer is not only "Yes," but he believes there's a qualifier: And as the newest part-time employee of the Soda Shoppe, what better way to find her?
Try asking the girl who must live one day at a time, or the girl who is searching for her lost memories. There are the girls who have been broken since birth, but at least they can find beauty in imperfection; and then there's the girl with a secret. A cast of nearly a dozen characters is about to live the most important two weeks of their lives in this slice-of-life romantic comedy.
The Perfect Girl Drinks Root Beer is a romantic comedy about the ups and downs of love, life, and the root beer that binds us. She doesn't remember anything prior to waking up in that Research and Development laboratory; not how she came to be secured below such a menacing apparatus, not why the entire building is in the grips of a violent siege, not even where she could go if she manages to survive it.
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Born amidst chaos and combat, can Nightingale come to terms with whatever those scientists did to her, while also learning how to live? Subject Nightingale, Volume 1: The Lab has developed a frighteningly powerful new foe known only as One-Seven-Three, capable of tracking Nightingale's power usage. Once he pinpoints her location, the full force of ECHO is sure to swiftly follow. And the loss of life is sure to be catastrophic After fleeing the destruction left in her wake at O'Shea Memorial Park, Nightingale needs to lay low.
She can't let anyone else get hurt because of what she can do--because of the Lab's relentlessness.
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Log in Sign Up. New Reading List. Send to Friend. Chapter Jonny Dot Hero; Part 1 Jonny made his way across the open promenade court to where Daisy was waiting, sitting at one of the tables. Is anybody truly perfect? If you ask William--brash, wannabe lady charmer, tragically British--the answer is not only "Yes," but he believes there's a qualifier: the perfect girl drinks root beer.
And as the newest part-time employee of the Soda Shoppe, what better way to find her? Try asking the girl who must live one day at a time, or the girl who is searching for her lost memories.
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There are the girls who have been broken since birth, but at least they can find beauty in imperfection; and then there's the girl with a secret. But as the cliche goes, "Don't judge a book by its cover.
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A cast of nearly a dozen characters is about to live the most important two weeks of their lives in this slice-of-life romantic comedy. Tim Cody was born in Delaware, where he lived his first twenty-three years. He is an avid believer that nobody's perfect for everyone, but everybody's perfect for someone.
He has heard about Pluto, and he agrees that it's messed up. He will not respond to the name "Arthur. In addition to books, he's been known to write for video games, tabletop games, and card games from time to time. He's not entirely sure he should have included the word "games" so many times in that last sentence, but here we are.