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The Art of Losing
The Art of Losing | Lizzy Mason
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The Art of Losing is a compelling debut that explores issues of addiction, sisterhood, and loss. On one terrible night, 17-year-old Harley Langston's life changes forever. At a party she discovers her younger sister, Audrey, hooking up with her boyfriend, Mike--and she abandons them both in a rage. When Mike drunkenly attempts to drive Audrey home, he crashes and Audrey ends up in a coma. Now Harley is left with guilt, grief, pain and the undeniable truth that her ex-boyfriend (who is relatively unscathed) has a drinking problem. So it's a surprise that she finds herself reconnecting with Raf, a neighbor and childhood friend who's recently out of rehab and still wrestling with his own demons. At first Harley doesn't want to get too close to him. But as Audrey awakens and slowly recovers, Raf starts to show Harley a path forward that she never would have believed possible--one guided by honesty, forgiveness, and redemption.
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Kelly
The Art of Losing | Lizzy Mason
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So many reviews dislike the main character which I hope means I will love her 😂

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#arc Themes: sisterhood, first loves, & addiction among others. Addiction is rarely solitary. An addict has to desire healing, while surrounded by an active, forgiving, support network. This book will open up conversations and allow healing to transcend from the bottom up. Written in alternating chapters: current day and flashbacks add details and understanding how the characters got to this point in the story and the decisions they need to make.

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The Art of Losing | Lizzy Mason
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At a party, Harley discovers her sister Audrey, hooking up with her boyfriend Mike, and she leaves them in a rage. When drunk Mike attempts to drive Audrey home, he crashes and Audrey ends up in a coma. Harley is left with guilt and grief. So it‘s a surprising when she reconnects with a neighbor and childhood friend who‘s recently out of AA wrestling his own demons. He starts to show her a path forward that she never would have believed possible.

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