At Once A Twisted Psychological Portrait Of A Woman Crumbling Under Unimaginable Pressure And A Razor Sharp Satire Of The Contemporary Art Scene, FAKE LIKE ME Is A Dark, Glamorous, And Addictive Story Of Good Intentions Gone Awry, From The Critically Acclaimed Author Of I Ll Eat When I M Dead What Really Happened To Carey Logan After A Fire Decimates Her Studio, Including The Seven Billboard Size Paintings For Her Next Show, A Young, No Name Painter Is Left With An Impossible Task Recreate Her Art In Three Months Or Ruin Her Fledgling Career Homeless And Desperate, She Flees To An Exclusive Retreat In Upstate New York Famous For Its Outrageous Revelries And Glamorous Artists And Notorious As The Place Where Brilliant Young Artist Carey Logan One Of Her Idols Drowned In The Lake But When She Arrives, The Retreat Is A Ghost Of Its Former Self No One Shares Their Work No Parties Light Up The Deck No One Speaks Of Carey, Though Her Death Haunts The Cabins And The Black Lake, Lurking Beneath The Surface Like A Shipwreck As The Young Painter Works Obsessively In Carey S Former Studio, Uncovers Strange Secrets And Starts To Fall Hard And Fast For Carey S Mysterious Boyfriend, It S As If She S Taking Her Place But One Thought Shadows Her Every Move What Really Happened To Carey Logan
Barbara Bourland was formerly a freelance writer and web producer for titles at Conde Nast and Hearst, among others She lives in Balti, MD, with her husband and their dogs.
- 368 pages
- Fake Like Me
- Barbara Bourland
- 27 August 2017 Barbara Bourland