By David Collins
Simply once we really want it, a scathingly humorous novel that skewers the ego-driven, morally bankrupt global of the large Deal Billionaire Robert Maxx is a king on the earth of genuine property. Prestigious structures undergo his identify, the clicking treats him like royalty, and lovely girls are overjoyed to be visible on his arm. Ruthless, bullying, vengeful, and but, from time to time, improbably endearing, Maxx either repels and fascinates. For author David Collins, issues aren't so rosy. His novels did not promote. His marriage fell aside. Scrabbling for a livelihood, he is became to ghostwriting. whilst he will get the gig to crank out Maxx's subsequent bestseller, he regards the task as not anything greater than a simple payday. yet whatever occurs. The storyteller in Collins takes over, and he realizes that this is not another hack task. it can be his final probability to put in writing whatever of genuine price, reclaim his battered self-respect, and win again the ex-wife he nonetheless loves. opposed to the all-too-real heritage of a cratering economic climate and the top of simple cash, issues begin to crumble for Maxx. because it turns into transparent that his robust empire used to be equipped on lies, hucksterism, and doubtful accounting, the degree is decided for lethal clash among a fallen idol desirous to hide the reality and a author passionate about an inside of tale that in simple terms he can inform.