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When doing a favor for a friend leads him to begin a service that allows his classmates to gently break up with each other by proxy, Quentin enjoys unexpected initial success before becoming discouraged by the constant exposure to broken hearts.
Breaking up is hard to do--so why not pay someone to do it for you?
Twelve-year-old Quentin never asked to be the Heartbreak Messenger. It just kind of happened, and he can't let a golden opportunity pass him by. The valuable communication service he offers is simple: He delivers breakup messages. For a small fee, he will deliver that message to "your" soon-to-be ex. If you order the deluxe package, he'll even throw in some flowers and a box of chocolates. You know . . . to soften the blow.
At first, Quentin's entrepreneurial brainchild is surprisingly successful, which is great, because he suspects his mom, who works as a car mechanic, is worried about money. But as he interacts with clients, message recipients, and his best friend, Abigail, it doesn't take long for him to wonder if his own heart will remain intact. In "The Heartbreak Messenger" by Alexander Vance, Quentin discovers that the game of love and the emotions that go with it are as complicated as they come--even for an almost-innocent bystander.
|Number of Pages:||283|
|Publisher:||Feiwel & Friends|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||5.25 x 7.75 x 0.75 Inches|
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