Desolate when their favorite soap opera couple is killed off, two lonely girls find themselves caught up in real life excitement when they spot the pair on Fire Island and decide to follow them....
|Title||:||Tune in Tomorrow|
|Number of Pages||:||179 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Tune in Tomorrow Reviews
Josephine is sarcastic and overweight; Peggy is painfully thin and worried about her mother who is mentally ill; and both are friendless. Fortunately, they meet outside the studio where their favorite soap opera, Quest for Happiness, is taped and become friends. It is startling to read this book and contemplate how the characters have to choose between actually watching the show and hanging out at the studio, hoping to see their favorite stars: nowadays, even though these girls are far from affluent, they would probably have access to DVR or some other recording device.Josephine and Peggy are entertaining in their pursuit of the show's stars and their assumption the actors are as glamorous as portrayed, but more importantly their friendship helps each girl cope with the challenges of her odd life and family situation. One nice touch at the end is that although Josephine loses a little weight, there is no pretense that all the pounds melt away - she is still large - but meets a boy who seems to like her.