The Best Thing Ever

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  • Author : Melissa Fagan
  • Publisher : Bookdash
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The Best Thing For You

The Best Thing For You
  • Author : Annabel Lyon
  • Publisher : McClelland & Stewart
  • Release : 01 April 2014
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Annabel Lyon’s debut book of fiction, Oxygen, “left the country’s literary elite breathless” (Elm Street magazine). Now, in The Best Thing for You, Lyon has taken her tough, unflinching style to new heights and all the anticipation is rewarded. Here, in three novellas, Lyon reveals the potential for darkness that lurks behind even the most perfect-seeming veneer. In the first novella, “No Fun,” a middle-class family in present-day Vancouver is thrown into turmoil when their teenage son is

The Best Thing

The Best Thing
  • Author : Margo Lanagan
  • Publisher : Allen & Unwin
  • Release : 01 August 1998
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A new edition of Margo Lanagan's brave, exhilarating novel about the passion and pain of teenage love, sexuality and childbirth. A book for adult readers as well as young adults.

The Best Thing I Ever Tasted

The Best Thing I Ever Tasted
  • Author : Sallie Tisdale
  • Publisher : Riverhead Books
  • Release : 11 April 2021
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An award-winning essayist explores the American relationship with food, discussing how private and public attitudes, and tastes, have changed over the course of time, and explains how these transformations reflect the constantly changing American identity. Reprint.

The Best Thing that Ever Happened

The Best Thing that Ever Happened
  • Author : Warren Leslie
  • Publisher : Signet Book
  • Release : 11 April 2021
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"Youthful soul-searchings that lose their egocentric dullness as they are juxtaposed against the lives of others. Roger Lawford II, raised with correct superiority, can't take life in the Marine Corps after seven months, goes over the hill, kills two Negroes, and finds refuge with Stella Jones and her little daughter Sarahbelle. Roger's mother puts a private detective to work and Sam Lobello, concentrating in the area around Jackson, gets no clue as to his quarry's whereabouts for Roger has found

The Best Thing

The Best Thing
  • Author : Mariana Zapata
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 08 August 2019
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Some things are easily forgiven. Other things... not so much.Lenny DeMaio made herself a promise: she was done.Done thinking about him.Done worrying about him.Done reaching out to a man who clearly didn't want to be found.Too bad no one gave Jonah Collins the message.

The Best Thing on TV Commercials

The Best Thing on TV  Commercials
  • Author : Jonathan Price
  • Publisher : Penguin Group
  • Release : 11 April 1978
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"It's the best thing on TV--commercials. And here they are in all their glory, in the pages of Jonathan Price's funny, provocative, and perceptive inside look at how commercials are made, who watches them, and what they're supposed to do. ... The Best Thing on TV is illustrated with reproductions of actual storyboards and behind-the-scenes photographs, and it concludes with a Hit Parade of the best ads from thirty years of TV."--Cover.

Everything Here Is the Best Thing Ever

Everything Here Is the Best Thing Ever
  • Author : Justin Taylor
  • Publisher : Harper Collins
  • Release : 09 February 2010
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Justin Taylor's crystalline, spare, and oddly moving prose cuts to the quick. His characters are guided by misapprehensions that bring them to hilarious but often tragic impasses with reality: a high school boy's desire to win over a crush leads him to experiment with black magic, a fast-food employee preoccupied by Abu Ghraib becomes obsessed with a coworker, a Tetris player attempts to beat his own record while his girlfriend sleeps and the world outside their window blazes to its