Postcards from the Edge

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Pocket Books, 1988 - Actors - 288 pages
Postcards from the Edge is the hilarious story of actress Suzanne Vale. A casualty of Tinseltown, shrink-rapping, chemical experimentation and neurosis, she is helplessly obsessed with love, drugs, career and, most of all, herself. A wonderfully funny, brash, and biting novel . . .--The Washington Post Book World.

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With her recent passing, I thought it was finally (well, past) time to read Carrie Fisher's books. So, I decided to start at the beginning with Postcards from the Edge, a novel about an actress who ... Read full review

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