Or rather, it starts with what happens at the party. It's hardly the party's fault, is it? It was perfectly innocent. It was what happened at the party that was the problem.
But it wasn't my fault.
Well, it kind of was. No, it wasn't. Anyway, I'm getting ahead of myself. Listen.
It was everything that happened after the party that I want to tell you about. More
"This is it. The last summer before real life begins. The last high school parties, the last carefree days before things like rent and jobs and uni occupy most of our thoughts. Six weeks of freedom where we can get drunk and hang out and listen to our parents tell us these are the best days of our lives."
Except the very first party of the summer kicks things off on a very bad start, and what happens sparks a chain of events that leads to a web of lies, break ups and many new dresses.
This is a story about misplaced love and complicated friendships, and why you should never play Circle of Death.
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