Lost In Crazytown

| November 18, 2014


Lost In Crazytown

‘I would seriously liken it to Armistead Maupin’s `Tales of the City’ books, in as much as what Maupin does for San Francisco, Robert and Ján Bryndza do for Hollywood.’ PendleGuy, Amazon Reader

‘It brings the horror of Hollywood alive, in all its seam-splitting, strop-throwing glory.’ Lorraine Sears, Amazon Reader

‘Having spent time in Hollywood and Palm Springs with friends in the industry, I recognize the authenticity of this book.’ Jabberama, Amazon Reader

When Filip leaves London for a life in Los Angeles, he dreams of being a celebrity stylist. But as the saying goes… be careful what you wish for…

Filip has barely settled into his apartment in the Hollywood Hills when he meets Derek and Hillary – a bizarre middle-aged gay couple in matching jumpers. They introduce him to their neighbour Veronica Madison – a movie star on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

She hires him to style her for a celebrity charity gala and soon Filip is pulled into the dark and hilarious world she inhabits, surrounded by the famous (and infamous) residents of the Hollywood Hills.

Within a few months, Veronica invites him to be her guest at the Oscars and events take on a much darker tone.

Filip faces a choice; should he dive into the murky waters of life in the Hollywood fast lane? Or should he choose happiness and return to the love of his life he left back home in London?

Lost In Crazytown is a dark satire from the writer of the smash-hit Coco Pinchard series…. If you choose to live life in the Hollywood fast lane, there’s a chance you could get run over!

(This title was previously published as Bitch Hollywood).


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