Simon & Schuster, 2010 (2010)
Reviewed by Lyn Seippel
bby Donovan's first and only book was so successful it was an Oprah pick and almost won the Pulitzer. Four years later she can't get past chapter four of her current work-in-progress. She rarely ventures out of her New York City apartment. When her publicist signs her up for Twitter, she can't imagine using it.
er first follower, Mark Baynard, an English professor, doesn't recognize her or her book, but cheerfully agrees to give her
lessons. Before long she's looking forward to his tweets. He has a quick wit and they share a love of movie and TV trivia. She finds it easy to share personal information with him and is furious when she learns he hasn't been as truthful with her.
his captivating novel is a
for movie and TV fans. The characters' banter provides extra perks to keep them entertained. You win if you guess the TV show from Abby or Mark's first twitter sign off. The trivia is worth the price of the book, but the love story won't let you down either.
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