Spun by Catherine McKenzie PDF
Download Spun by Catherine McKenzie PDF book free online – From Spun by Catherine McKenzie PDF: In this funny and touching novella, bestselling author Catherine McKenzie returns to the story of Amber Sheppard, It Girl and celebrity train wreck from McKenzie’s reader-favourite novel, Spin. Life has been rough for starlet Amber since leaving rehab.
She’s been two years sober, but no one seems to believe her — not the gossip media, not casting agents, and most certainly not her spotlight-loving parents. With her friendships ruined by betrayal and her career at a standstill, Amber’s just trying to get her life back on track. It doesn’t help that her former love, movie star Connor Parks, keeps trying to draw Amber back in, not just to their relationship but to his hard-partying ways. One fateful night, Amber breaks down and agrees to join him on board his private jet as it readies for take-off — a decision that will change her life forever and expose her to a whole new level of scrutiny and heartbreak.
“Short, sharp, sophisticated, you’ll want to read it all in one breath. Spun is the next best thing, and should vault Catherine McKenzie to the top of the charts again, right where she belongs.”–Gwendolen Gross, author of When She Was Gone
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“For anyone who read SPIN and wondered, ‘What happened next?’ SPUN is a short story that is long on compelling, believable drama. An arresting tale that pits impulse against intellect and desire against need, SPUN explores the importance of caring as much about tomorrow as today. Its suspenseful conclusion will make your hold your breath through the very end. I loved it.”–Therese Walsh, author of The Moon Sisters and The Last Will of Moira Leahy
“I’ve loved everything Catherine McKenzie has ever written, but this one tops them all. The voice is lively, the dialogue is snappy, and the pace is perfect. Spun is a story I’ll read over and over.”–Tracey Garvis Graves, author of On the Island
“SPUN is the best of all possible reads–fast-paced and funny yet also poignant and real. With pitch-perfect dialogue, a loveable mess of a narrator, and a plot that zips along, SPUN is one of those books you can’t put down until it’s over–and then you want to pick it up again.”–Kathleen McCleary, author of Leaving Haven and A Simple Thing
About the Author
A graduate of McGill University in History and Law, Catherine practises law in Montreal, where she was born and raised. An avid skier and runner, Catherine’s novels, SPIN, ARRANGED, FORGOTTEN and HIDDEN, are international bestsellers. She is currently seeking a new one-word title so she can write her fifth novel. And if you want to know how she has time to do all that, the answer is: robots.