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This is my first book by Jess Walter and I was so impressed with his writing. I was pulled into the story from the very beginning and had a hard time putting it down. What surprised me the most was that I did not particularly like any of the characters in the book but I could not stop reading about them, they were all so interesting. My favorite character was Michael Deane, the film producer who is so ruthless and egotistical. I hated him but he was so much fun to read about.
The story is split between two time lines, Italy in 1962 and the present time in Hollywood. There are some great descriptions of the behind the scenes problems of making the movie Cleopatra with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton that were fascinating. In the present time we read about Claire, Michael Deane's assistant, and her disillusionment with the movie industry.
Through the two different times in the book we find out about Pasquale, the Italian innkeeper, and Dee Moray, the beautiful actress. They meet when she is dropped off at Pasquale's hotel, she is a "problem" for the movie that needs to be hidden. They form an instant connection and Walter's does such a good job of bringing these two characters to life. Through his time trying to help Dee Pasquale realizes the mistakes he has made in his own life and decides it is time to correct them. I found their story to be quite touching.
While reading about all of these flawed characters and their mistakes and problems I kept thinking that I could not see how Jess Walter could bring all of the different story lines together in the end to make a satisfying ending. Well, Walter managed to pull it off and the ending was the best part of the book for me. By the end I was smiling and I am so very glad I got the chance to read this amazing book.
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