I'm not even sure where to begin. Elise is so real and suffers from such a painful combination of self-scrutiny, naivety about others, and deep convictions about what's really important in life and who is really on her side, half of which are wrong--I was rooting for her so hard from the very start and I couldn't look away until the very end, though I flinched pretty hard several times along the way. A great read.

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