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What Happened to Goodbye

Everyone’s fave author is back with her brand new book, What Happened to Goodbye. Sarah Dessen introduces us to Mclean, a girl whose life was completely normal…until her mom fell for the head coach of her dad’s favorite college basketball team. Now she’s constantly on the go with her father and his job has them moving all over, giving Mclean a chance to reinvent herself.
Mclean’s changed her name the past three moves, but now that they’ve arrived at Lakeview, it seems like it’s time to give “Mclean” another chance. But then she meets Dave, her neighbor who would rather spend time in a storm cellar than his house with his parents. He’s brought about feelings and questions Mclean is still trying to understand. Will she figure it all out before her dad is reassigned and she’s forced to pack her bags yet again?
You’ll find yourself lost in Dessen’s new novel, which was just released May 10. Whether you love the gushy stuff or find yourself a cynic at heart, there’s something relatable for anyone in these pages. Be sure to pick up a copy of What Happened to Goodbye and let us know your thoughts.
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BY CAITLIN FARLEY ON 5/18/2011 7:00:00 AM


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