Flat Out Love Quotes

Jessica Park
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Julie Seagle stared straight ahead and promised herself one thing: She would never again rent an apartment via Craigslist. (Chapter 1 paragraph 1)

Importance: Julie learns very quickly how being naive can change one's life when she arrives in Boston to find that she had been scammed. Now she is in a strange city with no place to live.

The truth was that her friends didn’t entirely get her. Her mom didn’t get her either, although she was certainly proud of how well Julie did in her classes. (Chapter 2 paragraph 5)

Importance: Julie is eager to expand her horizons after spending the majority of her youth hiding her intelligence and love for learning.

Look, everyone has a few psychological idiosyncrasies, right? (Chapter 3 paragraph 3)

Importance: This is Julie's first reaction to Celeste, who seems to have some very odd behaviors.

And nobody has suggested that she lose the accessory? I mean, she’s kind of old for this sort of thing...
-- Julie (Chapter 4 paragraph 8)

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