The Billion-Dollar Girl
The only thing Eva Milton wanted in life was fame.
And glamorous lifestyle.
Nothing could stop her from reaching the stardom, even though she lacked talent and intellect.
But in our crazy world her skills were perfect.
Genre: satire, humor, parody.
The book is written in a narrative style, without dialogues. More
“The Billion-Dollar Girl is the story of reality in our society. Apart from a humorous story, the book also shows the pathetic and fake society we live in and how we give our everything to become rich and famous.
The writing is original and spirited, and the book is fast paced. With the humor, there is an amount of truth in how the character is depicted and how modern society is.”
- Readers' Favorite
“And yet... and yet somehow it seemed to have the ring of truth and to underline everything that is wrong in our modern society.”
- Bernie Morris, Amazon Author
“It's a fascinating look at the garbage and hype behind the socialite scene and some of the things these ego-tripping types get up to, including the ‘accidental’ release of home porn videos, is quite unbelievable.”
- James Coyle, Amazon Author
“If you like lighthearted satirical works about the shallowness of pop culture, look no further.”
- David Van Dyke, Amazon Author