by Tony Consiglio
Three women, not teenyboppers, in love with boy band 110 Per¢. One seems to have it fairly together (even though the opening page shows her grabbing the band's fastfood trash from a can), but in the end, she's the one without a meaningful relationship. Which was a clever swap that I didn't realize happened for several hours.
The book is shot like a documentary --- so much so that I feel obliged to say it was "shot", apparently.
A good book and worth reading if you have the chance, but not worth running down unless this is really your subject matter.