Meant To Be by Julie HalpernMeant To Be by Julie Halpern

Meant To Be

byJulie Halpern

Hardcover | October 24, 2017

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What if your soul mate was decided for you?

It started happening a few years ago: the names of MTBs-"meant to be" mates-appeared emblazoned on the skin at age eighteen. Agatha's best friend has embraced the phenomenon and is head over heels in love with her MTB. But Aggy isn't so sure.

As she struggles with accepting her MTB fate, she finds herself falling for a coworker at the local amusement park. Is he a better match? What does Agatha really want in a mate, and moreover, what does she want for herself?

With her trademark wit and irreverence, acclaimed author Julie Halpern explores an age-old question: Who are we meant to be with?

Julie Halpern is the author of the YA novels Get Well Soon and its sequel, Have a Nice Day; Into the Wild Nerd Yonder, Don't Stop Now, and the F-It List. She is also the author of a novel for adults, Maternity Leave. She lives outside of Chicago, with her husband, the author/artist Matthew Cordell, and their two children.
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Title:Meant To BeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.98 inPublished:October 24, 2017Publisher:Feiwel & FriendsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1250094984

ISBN - 13:9781250094988

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"Halpern (The F- It List) tackles questions of soul mates and destiny in this charming and bawdily funny novel. Aggy's stubborn skepticism gives the story a healthy dose of realism, and Halpern's setup is a smart allegory for the choices teens are forced to make after high school. Whether these decisions are ours or part of a greater plan is irrelevant, Halpern suggests. What matters, as Aggy discovers, is making a choice to begin with."--PW, starred review