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Janet MaslinSteve Hely needed to know how to write very well in order to write as miserably as he does in How I Became a Famous Novelist. In a satirical novel that is a gag-packed assault on fictitious best-selling fiction, Mr. Hely…takes aim at genre after genre and manages to savage them all…His complaints about such books are very funny. They'd be even funnier if they weren't true.
—The New York Times