Deja Vu

by Michal Hartstein

What if you can relive your life, from the age of sixteenth?

Rose wakes up two weeks after her sixteenth birthday in a hospital. She doesn’t remember anything from her past or the circumstances that brought her there. Her family and friends surround her with love, helping her to recover and return to her life. But, for Rose, life has begun at the age of sixteen; she doesn’t remember her childhood, her parents, nor David, her childhood sweetheart.

The years pass. Rose’s life turns boring as hell. She knows something had gone wrong, but what? She can’t tell, and sadly watches her youth fades away. At the age of thirty-two, she wakes up in the hospital…

She is sixteenth again.

Can she change her fate?

Skinny Me

by Charlene Carr

Whirling from a life that’s crumbling around her, Jennifer Carpenter devotes herself to the one thing she can control: becoming the ideal version of herself—a thinner version—no matter the cost. This novel is beautiful, harsh, and truthful in its characterization of a woman who is flawed, yet inspirational.

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