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In 'Tell Me How You Really Feel,' A Touching, TV-Inspired Love Story

Aminah Mae Safi's new young adult novel is rooted in a famous plot arc from the television show Gilmore Girls — but you don't have to be a fan to enjoy this dense, fulfilling love story.
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The summer I sprained my ankle to within an inch of its life, I'd been in the middle of a rewatch binge. The friend who took me to the ER was highly amused at the coincidence. He prompted me to spout some random medical jargon, but the only thing in my mind was "STAT!" Days later, when the pain fog because she was distraught and couldn't think of anything else to say.

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