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From the PublisherElle Utterly endearing and very funny.
Michael Musto The Village Voice Anyone who's the least bit interested in celebrity obsession, wild animal sex, or sardonic wit will be dropping Emma Forrest's name this year.
Ethan Hawke Electric, irreverent prose. When people talk about "voice," this is what they mean.
Eve Ensler author of Vagina Monologues Namedropper is a sharp coming-of-age tale. Emma Forrest writes with the peculiar wisdom of a wicked-tongued, acutely observant young woman.
Thomas Beller author of The Sleep-Over Artist Namedropper is as tart, crisp, and compulsive as a bag of salt-and-vinegar potato chips. It's full of surprises, and full of life.
Diane Leslie author of Fleur de Leigh's Life of Crime Viva Cohen, the young, funny, observant, well-read, music-savvy, cineaste, malephile narrator of Namedropper, suggests that Emma Forrest may well be the Jane Austen of the techno-generation.