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Publisher's Summary

Dear Best Friend,

I can already tell that I will hate everyone but you.

Sincerely,

Ava Helmer

(That brunette who won't leave you alone)

We're still in the same room, you weirdo.

Stop crying.

G

So begins a series of texts and emails sent between two best friends, Ava and Gen, as they head off to their first semesters of college on opposite sides of the country. From first loves to weird roommates, heartbreak, self-discovery, coming out, and mental health, the two best friends will document every moment to each other. But as each changes and grows into her new life, will their friendship be able to survive the distance?

I Hate Everyone But You, the debut novel by two emerging major talents in YA, Allison Raskin and Gaby Dunn, is a story about new beginnings, love and heartbreak, and, ultimately, the power of friendship.

©2017 Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Loved the format and communication between these characters. I gifted the paperback to my best friend (from high school through college to present) and it has taken us both back to our own experience going away to seperate universities. Looking forward to the next project from these amazing women. Buy this book!!

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I love this book!

I love this book, but I loved reading it more than having Allison and Gaby read it to me. The print format should not be skipped. Go get yourself a copy.

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Listen to This Book Y'all

I absolutely loved the book and the greatest cherry on top was being able to hear it read by Allison and Gaby. I either saw an interview or podcast where they talked about how time consuming recording the audio for the book was, but my goodness was it worth it! I already appreciated the complexity of the characters as I read it on my own the first time but being able to hear them, as the authors, give voice to the characters showed just how clever, sarcastic, and funny they (Allison/Ava, Gabby/Gen) truly are. It touches on subjects like mental illness and sexuality in a way that I haven't seen other books do before so just listen to this book y'all.

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Love Gaby and Allison even more now

This book brings in just the right amount of Gaby and Allison and the characters they have created through Just Between Us skits, while creating a unique story line with individualized characters. Whether you are a few years out of college or are just entering your freshman year, this story is one that you’ll be able to connect with on many levels. Get ready to laugh hysterically and even shed a few tears. I’m so glad that Gaby and Allison took the time to write this and I’m looking forward to their next book!

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I loved this book.

I have had this book for just over a week and listened to it twice. I love Gaby and Allison and their storytelling. I can't wait to read, see, and hear more from both authors.

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Nice drive into Gen's & Ava's Obstacles

Must Listen over & over again to witty, narration of YA novel. Raskin's and Dunn's vision of Ava Helmer and Genevieve Goldman were beautifully rendered from description of emojis to the emotion of miscommunicating and distancing within friendship.

Sometimes I had to pull curbside in order to gather my thoughts during certain chapters. As I listen to eerily similar narrations at times, I found myself immersed into topics such as mental health & coming out as queer while dealing with the headache of young adulthood. Other times, I laughed so hard that I was crying and couldn't see the road. I didn't get into an accident ...yet.

I found myself bookmarking a lot of quirky quotes that hopefully won't be use verbatim IRL because that's nearly impossible to imitate their bond and connection. The authors' friendship really showed within dialogue of two main characters.
And might I add that Allison's vocal version of a man called Jake is spot on strangely and humbly realistic.

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Re: Pretty good

Yup, pretty good, read it.
I need to fill this with 15 words, so yeah.