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The Limits

Shuttling back and forth between a small Tahitian island where her French mother studies coral and a high-rise apartment in Manhattan where her father, a doctor, and new stepmother, a high school teacher, simmers Pia, their teenage daughter. Raffi, her mother's 30-year-old dive assistant, is the bullseye for her teenage lust and the catalyst of a crazy plan that Pia enacts towards the end with the precision only a teenage girl could pull off, as the New York Times says, "in a complex tale of co-parenting, second marriages, class, and climate change." This book from the bestselling author of 'The Newlyweds' is suspenseful, deeply humane, and highly recommended.