Monday, April 15, 2019

Review: NIGHT WORK by David Tennebaum

Amber is a farmer’s daughter with dreams of becoming a famous actress, so she moves to L.A. Amber soon realizes that the city is not the perfect fantasy she’d envisioned—it was nothing like the pictures. To make ends meet, she gets a job as a waitress. The whole thing relays the hardships of working and taking acting classes and just waiting on that big break.

The whole thing was very slow. It seemed to mostly summarize the whole thing. It had a lot of unnecessary dialogue and scenes, like Amber’s description of the difficult customer she dealt with while working at the pharmacy. Was it really necessary to hear this story she told on a job interview? I thought she was going to be a stripper? Man, it takes way too long to get there. Such a lousy book cover, too.

My rating: 1 star

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