The Art of Forgetting by CamilleNoe Pagan

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“Remind yourself what really matters with The Art of Forgetting. Fast-paced, painful, funny, and renewing at once. . . . Take a cue from the book and pass it along to your buds. ” –Daily Candy

Marissa Rogers has always been just fine as a beta. After all, hadn’t taking charge without taking credit been paying off? It’s what vaulted her to senior editor at a glossy—if somewhat tedious—diet magazine and let her be best friends with gorgeous, charismatic, absolutely alpha Julia Ferrar.

And then Julia is hit by a cab. Her external injuries are minor, but brain damage steals her memory and alters her personality. To help her friend, Marissa must assume the alpha role and help Julia recover her past. As Julia heals, she begins dredging up memories Marissa would rather forget—including the fact that Julia once asked her to abandon the love of her life.


 

About CamilleNoe Pagan

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CAMILLE NOE PAGÁN's work has appeared in dozens of national publications and Web sites, including Fitness, Forbes.com, Glamour, Self, and Women's Health. She lives with her family in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
 
Published June 9, 2011 by Plume. 304 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In an underweight debut, needy Marissa learns to love herself and take control.

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In Pag%C3%A1n's uneven debut, diet editor Marissa Rogers is driven but lacks confidence, thanks largely to her appearance-obsessed mother. When a brain injury changes her best friend, Julia, from beau

Mar 21 2011 | Read Full Review of The Art of Forgetting

Washington Independent Review of Books

Julia is senior publicist for the New York City Ballet while Marissa works as an editor at Svelte, a health magazine that “essentially runs the same 10 articles over and over, each one tweaked ever so slightly so it doesn’t sound identical to the last metabolism stories.” Then Julia suffers a tra...

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Tony-winning Broadway star Harris won a record 5 Tony Awards, was nominated for an Oscar for her role in 'The Member of the Wedding,' and appeared on TV's 'Knots Landing.'.

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