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Paris syndrome

Walker, Lisa2018
Can romance only be found in Paris, the city of love? For fans of John Green, this funny and poignant coming-of-age story is about that crazy thing called love. And how it can be found anywhere. Happiness (Happy) Glass has been a loner since moving to Brisbane and yet still dreams about living in Paris with her best friend Rosie after they finish Year Twelve. But Rosie hasn't been terribly reliable lately. When Happy wins a French essay competition, her social life starts looking up. She meets the eccentric Professor Tanaka and her girl-gardener Alex who recruit Happy in their fight against Paris Syndrome - an ailment that afflicts some visitors to Paris. Their quest for a cure gives Happy an excellent excuse to pursue a good-looking French tourism intern, also called Alex. To save confusion she names the boy Alex One and the girl Alex Two. As Happy pursues her love of all things French, Alex Two introduces Happy to herxylophone-playing chickens whose languishing Facebook page Happy sponsors. But then sex messes things up when, confusingly, Happy ends up kissing both of the Alex's. Soon neither of them is speaking to her and she has gone from two Alex's to none."--Website.
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Paris syndrome / Lisa Walker.
Sydney, N.S.W. : Angus and Robertson, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Australia, 2018.
312 pages ; 21 cm.
"Can romance only be found in Paris, the city of love?" -- cover.
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Sandringham LibraryTeen FictionT WALAvailable
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