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Emma Hughes
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Books by Emma Hughes

No Such Thing As Perfect

Perfect Complex is about technology and relationships, the mysteries of attraction, the fact that machines are only as smart (and well-intentioned) as the people who build them, and the challenges of navigating a world of twos when you’re a one. It’s funny, relatable, razor sharp on the things that bring people together – and keep them apart – and how our families can end up defining us well into adulthood, no matter how hard we try to get away from them… It will be perfect for readers of everyone from Katherine Heiny to Beth O’Leary.

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