Unwound

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Onyx, 2006 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Peter Robertson's novel Angelmade him the most famous author in the world. Chronicling the sordid world of a teenage prostitute, it was the biggest bestseller of the year. It broke conventions, inspired a cult following, and made Peter Robertson rich, admired...and scared.

There, on the edge of the crowd, he always sees her. She not only looks like Angel, she embodies the desperate creature he created. Everywhere Peter goes, she goes, obsessed with everything about him. What could she possibly want? Soon, curiosity will get the best of him. So will the girl with the haunted eyes. Because what she's really after is something that will explode Peter's world.

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User Review  - 9days - LibraryThing

This book was alright. Here's the synopsis, in a nutshell: A writer attends the opening of a play that was made from his book. There, he meets a girl who believes he has written the book about her. He ... Read full review

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User Review  - askum - LibraryThing

This was a pretty good book, couldn't put it down. I was very surprised with the ending didn't expect that. I'll let others know that they should read this. Read full review

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Jonathan Baine lives in Hamden, CT.

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