- Copertina flessibile: 456 pagine
- Editore: Allan Cole (2 novembre 2011)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0615563031
- ISBN-13: 978-0615563039
- Peso di spedizione: 581 g
My Hollywood MisAdventures (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – Stampa grande, 2 nov 2011
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ALLAN COLE is a best-selling author, screenwriter and former prize-winning newsman. The son of a CIA operative, Cole was raised in the Middle East, Europe and the Far East. His works include The Timura Trilogy, Lucky In Cyprus , Tales Of The Blue Meanie and The Hate Parallax, which he wrote with Russian fantasy master, Nick Perumov . He's also known as the co-author of the popular Sten Series - which he wrote with the late Chris Bunch, who shared these MisAdventures. Allan has published more than twenty books and sold more than 150 screenplays. For details and sample chapters of Allan’s work, stop by his website at http://www.acole.com. See the audobook version at Amazon.com, Audible.com and I-Tunes.
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A lot of books out of Hollywood tell you about the awful back-office politics, the terrible back-stabbing, the awesomeness of this or that personality. Well, this isn't that book. Bunch and Cole didn't have illusions about the world they wanted to write for, took no crap, and dealt with the superficial personalities and overinflated egos like the fakes they were -- all the while garnering a reputation as the guys who could Fix Things, which is a nice reputation to have in a town where things don't just go wrong, they come completely off the tracks. Along the way they had a great deal of fun and actually met some genuine people. Like Jack Klugman and Lorne Greene. And some notable other types, but if you're a fan of Steven Seagall I probably shouldn't say any more.
This book will make you grin. It will make you laugh. It will also give you a very good idea of what it takes to survive in the land of snakepits that is Hollywood and come out the other side smelling like a rose. Not to be missed.
A quick note to Allan Cole, if he should ever read this: Great book! But you really could have charged more for the Kindle Edition, I'd have paid it! At $2.50, it's a steal!