From Publishers Weekly
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Oh, you crazy Club Kids. I've actually read this book more than once; AND, have watched the movie. Fascinating to me, and I really can't say why. Read morePublished 6 days ago by angie holland
Great book, great movie! It's a shame the movie didn't take off more with moviegoers, but I actually prefer the book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eva Criswell
Extremely interesting! Not like the movie, I think it helps you understand things the movie leaves out and goes a little deeper in. Very good read. Might read it again.Published 5 months ago by Star Light
I finally read it. I went to the author's book signing in westhollywood California years ago with a friend to accompany her. Didn't think of checking it out until now. A fun read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John
Laughter, melancholy, tragedy, and a whole slew of unbelievable events.
This book is filled with anecdotes that keep you reading and don't want to stop. Read more
First things first, this truly is a terrible crime. Angel Melendez died in an awful way, and no one deserved what happened to him. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jen