She learned who her real friends were and I think that her tragic case of the nonsense disease really shaped her life. Do not be deceived into buying this! Also, the family moves from Nashville to Michigan around two-thirds of the way through the book. She is ultimately diagnosed with Axell-Crowne Syndrome, a fictional metabolic disorder where the body receives mixed messages about food and water and puts on the weight. I'd like to believe there aren't "mean girls" out there, but I know there are and, as their bodies change, there will be comments from others who have already emerged seemingly without scars. Chocolate Haagen-Dazs, with nuts. I mention this scene to make a counterpoint later in the review. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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