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  • ISBN: 9781984878632
  • ISBN: 1984878638
  • Physical Description: print
    357, 10 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: [New York] : Penguin Books, [2020]

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General Note: Place of publication taken from publisher's website.
"First published in the United States of America by Pamela Dorman Books/Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 2020."--t.p. verso.
Penguin Readers Guide included.
Summary, etc.: "A story about a solitary green notebook that brings together six strangers and leads to unexpected friendship, and even love. "Everybody lies about their lives. What would happen if you shared the truth?" This is the question that Julian Jessop, an eccentric, seventy-nine-year-old artist, poses within a pale green exercise book that he labels The Authenticity Project, before leaving it behind in Monica's Café. When Monica discovers Julian's abandoned notebook, not only does she add her own story to the book, she is determined to find a way to help Julian feel less lonely. And so it goes with the others who find the green notebook that will soon contain their deepest selves. It will also knit the group together In Real Life at Monica's Cafe, where they'll discover the thrill and sometime-risk of being completely honest--and, for some, find unexpected love. With a cast of characters who are by turns quirky and funny, heartbreakingly sad and painfully true-to-life, The Authenticity Project is a novel readers will take to their hearts and read with unabashed pleasure"--
Subject: Self-realization Fiction
Honesty Fiction
Truthfulness and falsehood Fiction
Social acceptance Fiction
London (England) Fiction
Interpersonal relations Fiction
Genre: Domestic fiction.
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