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on March 09, 2009 :
Pure self-indulgent rubbish. The story is non existent, the characters are all unlikeable, made so by the fact that you are never able to connect to any of them because the story is told by flipping back and forth in time every couple of paragraphs. They are all also nearly the same character, just divided in which profession they are seeking (one is a budding photographer, one a budding musician, one a budding actor, one a budding author, and somehow they all catch breaks at the exact same time.)
It's a book about an author trying to get published who wrote a book about an author getting published. It's a book that is looking for a story rather than a story that is looking to be written. Poor writing compounds the problems found within.
This review can be applied to the previous four segments as well, as all of them are almost identical in all regards.
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