Regular price: $10.49
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $10.49
I liked the setting - the dark side of Hollywood life. The descriptions of the way Meg survives without money - or a home - is fun, but a bit slow. The story is light, but it isn't a comedy. It has a few surprises at the end, which I did not see coming. It is not the great American novel, but I enjoyed it. The performer did a good job.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
The story is so unrealistic and it is not written in a way that makes you overlook that fact. So the main character, a famous actress, chooses to live in her car out of pride instead of staying with one of her many rich and famous friends? And some how her acting on a mystery series in the 60's or 70's has prepared her to be a detective and take on the Russian Mafia alone, its just ridiculous. The narrator did well with what she was given, but what she was given was horrible.