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All Good Things Die in L.A.

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All Good Things Die In L.A. is a fast-paced and cinematic story centered around three ambitious characters who all want to desperately make it in L.A. Unfortunately, the city of angels isn’t as glamorous as it seems.

Instead of trekking out to the Valley to work as a make-up artist, Joey has decided that he rather spend his time snorting meth. When she’s not binging on a b
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ebook, 195 pages
Published March 3rd 2009 by Smashwords
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Anhoni Patel
Jul 07, 2010 Anhoni Patel rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: anyone with taste
I think this book rocks. Then again...I'm biased. ;).
Jessica
All Good Things Die in L.A. by Anhoni Patel truly lives up to it’s title. The book chronicles the sobering stories of three individuals; united both by their patronage to a small Hollywood eatery and their dreams of “making it” in Los Angeles.

Patel’s unrestrained and hauntingly realistic storytelling made this book difficult to put down. I was completely mesmerized by her straight forward, crude approach to debauching the American dream. The ending left me emotionally raw and yearning for more.
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That feeling I get when people say they want to live in my city...
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amazingly accurate, after having been a hollywood transplant myself...I can attest to the madness that makes up this place, love it or hate it, L.A. has an undeniable allure, and this book captures that seamlessly.
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Anhoni Patel lives in San Francisco where she writes fiction. All Good Things Die in L.A. is her first novel. She is an editor at the award-winning city guide SF Station.com, and her work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, the SF Bay Guardian, and the Kirkus Review of Books. She is an internet addict and a lover of baked goods. She is currently at work on her second novel.
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