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April 21, 2009

Grub by Elise Blackwell

Filed under: reviews — Rachel @ 9:16 pm

Grub

by Elise Blackwell

This book is about several young authors. Most of them have had at least one book published. Jackson Miller, who’s parents disowned him when he pursued his writing career, is still trying to write the perfect book. He has confidence and talent. Eddie and Amanda are married. Eddie’s first book was a hit. . . He hasn’t been that lucky since then. Amanda isn’t sure she still wants to support his writing career. Henry Baffler is another young author in the book. He is recording things in his life. He finds his belief in New Realism slowly fading… The story is about the four young authors who are trying to find/acheive their goals.

I liked this story, but i wouldn’t read it again. I found it very entertaining and funny. Some of the conflicts were very creative. I thought the book was well-written. Some of the characters i didn’t like particularly well. Elise didn’t conentrate on one character for long periods of time which kept the plots  never ending.

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