America s Most Eligible Athena Cervantes wants to be a writer a real writer and that means only one thing to her she wants to be a great American novelist Of course this ambition requires an MFA from a prestigious writing pr

  • Title: America's Most Eligible
  • Author: Corie Skolnick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Athena Cervantes wants to be a writer a real writer and that means only one thing to her she wants to be a great American novelist Of course this ambition requires an MFA from a prestigious writing program Check And she has to read all the right books Check, again And, most importantly, Athena must write the truth about what she knows The only problem is, not aAthena Cervantes wants to be a writer a real writer and that means only one thing to her she wants to be a great American novelist Of course this ambition requires an MFA from a prestigious writing program Check And she has to read all the right books Check, again And, most importantly, Athena must write the truth about what she knows The only problem is, not a single thing she thinks she knows is true America s Most Eligible is a hilarious romp about an ambitious young woman who has come of age in the pretentious world of Southern California With great humor, Corie Skolnick satirizes the bad tweed set of literary academia along with the self important characters of Hollywood, journalism, self help Psychology, politics, and especially traditional commercial publishing even as the latter languishes in the throes of death at its own hands.

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    1. Without a doubt one of the most gratifying novels I've read in some time. It seems like all too often I'm left disappointed by a weak ending to an otherwise good book, that most certainly wasn't the case with this one. The way the author ties everything together at the end with a surprise twist or two is brilliant. This one is going on my list of books to give as gifts this year for sure!

    2. Corie Skolnick has followed her amazing debut novel "Orfan" with another riveting page-turner. Her characters leap off the page and inhabit your imagination like intimate friends and despised nuisances. Heroines and villains tug your heartstrings. Each is memorable, loveable and hateable in some measure. I found myself rooting for them and (metaphorically) screaming at them. As the intricate story unfolds, the legacy of family secrets shapes, destroys and re-forms lives. As Shakespeare wrote, "I [...]

    3. I loved this book from beginning to end! There are two things I rarely do when it comes to reading for pleasure: read on an e-reader and read during the day. AME gave me no choice but to do both! Corey Skolnick has a way with words that drew me in over and over again. The plot kept me turning (rather, swiping) the pages to keep up with her creative genius. Her characters are quirky, funny, and magnetic. After reading the last word, I was ready for more. If Athena Cervantes stepped out of the pag [...]

    4. An inventive, genuinely funny satire with a climax that has all the "WTAF?" hilarity of a slamming-door farcea particularly clever trick in this meta-literary structure that is becoming a simulacrum of itself as it observes itself. That sounded complicated, right? But really, the bottom line is that this book will satisfy people who love "Arrested Development" and people who like Baudrillard. I mean, seriously many books can make that claim?The e-book version may annoy sharp-eyed readers with it [...]

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