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A Million Little Lohans

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Well, we can't promise that the star of Herbie: Fully Loaded will be at either of James Frey's readings in town this weekend but if she's going to make an appearance in New York, why not in her home base? Frey's new memoir, My Friend Leonard, takes up where A Million Little Pieces left off and covers a kind of father-son relationship that formed between him and another drug addict. Why Lohan connects with this type of material, we have no idea.

James Frey will be at Book Soup tonight at 7:30 PM and Vroman's on Tuesday, July 5th at 7 PM.