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Ten loosely interconnected shorts by screenwriter Thonson reveal the insular, sordid and somewhat touching world of Hollywood, its insiders, and those who prey on them. Dark, pointed details and heavy atmosphere haunt these engaging tales.
Thomas Thonson is a screenwriter, filmmaker and film-worker, who toils away beneath the Griffith Observatory (also known as Jor-El’s laboratory from the Superman TV show) in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
It took a few tries but I read the whole book. The last story is the best and connects with the first story...it is hard to tell when one story ends and another begins. Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by Sandi Wallace
The writer takes you on a journey...his words and imagery played vividly in this hollywood web of tales. Excellent book. Awesome writer!Published on January 4, 2012 by DocBeiter
Really enjoyed these interconnected short stories from very talented writer Thomas Thonson.
A great sneak peek into LA and Hollywood realities and unrealities through this... Read more
I don't normally read short stories, but I was intrigued by the book's cover. It portrays a mood of hope, promise and experience that I hoped to find in the book. Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by breachingtheweb