Apple's Angst

Apple's Angst


By (author) Rebecca Eckler


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  • Publisher: Doubleday Canada
  • Format: Paperback | 309 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 208mm x 23mm | 249g
  • Publication date: 14 September 2010
  • ISBN 10: 038566320X
  • ISBN 13: 9780385663205
  • Sales rank: 1,585,679

Product description

Apple is back for another story filled with plenty of drama, boys, gossip -- and, of course, angst. Things in Apple's life are slowly getting back to normal: her friendship with Happy seems to have survived her Crazy Girl Moment (i.e. sabotaging Happy's relationship with Zen), she has a new sort of-boyfriend, Lyon (cute and very sweet, but no pitter-patters in her heart), and she's landed a gig interning for "Angst" magazine (hottest teen magazine around). But, as it usually happens for Apple, life is never this perfect. Just add into the mix a snarky co-worker, an ever-annoying famous talk-show mother, and a major secret crush on her best friend's boyfriend that just won't go away, and things are about to get a lot more complicated . . .

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Author information

REBECCA ECKLER is one of Canada's most well-known journalists. She has been a columnist with the "National Post," Canada's national newspaper, for five years, including a stint as a New York-based columnist and feature writer. Her work has also appeared in such publications as "Elle," "Fashion," "Chatelaine," "House and Home," "Mademoiselle," the "Los Angeles Times," and the "New York Times." Her book, Knocked Up, has been published in the US, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Hungary, and Turkey.

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Praise for "Rotten Apple" "Eckler's breezy teen drama may appeal to kids who live for "Gossip Girl", "Laguna Beach", and "The Hills"." --" Quill and Quire ""Funny, touching, and filled with teen drama." -- " ""Praise for Knocked Up" "[Eckler's] frankness, quirky style and light touch are a winning combination." -- "Kirkus Reviews ""Painfully funny . . . . Readers are treated to Eckler's biting wit." -- "Los Angeles Times"