Thursday, June 12, 2008

Three Girls and Their Brother (2008)

Successful playwright Theresa Rebeck has written a darkly comic novel about the effects of celebrity. In Three Girls and Their Brother each sibling tells part of the story from their personal point of view. The dialogue is snappy and smart. I loved this book!

Granddaughters of a famous literary critic, three sisters with stunning red hair, receive an invitation to be photographed for The New Yorker and suddenly become the next 'big thing' pursued relentlessly by the paparazzi.

Theresa Rebeck's acclaimed play Mauritius recently closed on Broadway.

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