Title: Welcome to the Great Mysterious
Author: Lorna Landvik
# pages: 324
Date published: 2000
Genre: women’s fiction
“All right, so I’m a diva. There are worse things—a mass murderer, a bigot, a telephone solicitor.”
Synopsis (from Barnes&Noble.com):
"For those of you who don't know me, I am
Geneva , star of stage, screen, and television. (If you didn't see me accept my Tony, I'm sure you heard my voice singing the 'Sweetie Cat' litterbox and Chef Mustachio Frozen Pizza jingles.) . . ." Jordan
Leaving behind the bright lights of
Random Thoughts: I picked up this book because I really liked Landvik’s Angry Housewives Eating Bon-Bons. I was a little nervous about the main character being a Broadway star, but Landvik does a great job at not making her a boring, predictable character. There were parts of the book that were laugh-out-loud-funny and other parts that brought a tear to my eye. This is a book that makes you think what’s important in life and whether or not you’re doing what you should to get what you need.
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