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"There is nothing in the world quite like the smell of bacon frying, I'm sure you will agree. Together with dill, fresh lavender, and Chanel No. 5, it is one of Jemima's favorite smells. If it simply remained a favorite smell then all would be fine, but Jemima's nostrils are stronger than her willpower." - Chapter 2, pg. 17.

"The internet is another world, where people can be anyone they want, and, even as you read these words, marriages are disintegrating through lack of communication, thanks to a little colored screen tucked away in a corner of the house." - Chapter 4, pg. 29.

"I mean, this could open up a whole new life for me, a new life that doesn't care about looks, about weight, about expanses of flesh." - Chapter 6, pg. 55.

"Her mother wants to walk down the street with Jemima and feel immeasurably proud, she wants to soak in the admiring...

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