Ego Heroin -- Joan Crawford Stars in Your Fakebook Page Does Not Make You A F--King Movie Star
Ego Heroin -- Joan Crawford Stars in Your Fakebook Page Does Not Make You A F--King Movie Star
Author: JS Hamilton
Pages: 268
Language: English

In this unauthorized fake autobiography and broad pop culture parody, notorious Hollywood Royalty Joan Crawford storms back from Movie Star Heaven to launch her perfect opinion at today’-s loud intersection of reality celebrity and social media. Crawford deploys her trademark stamina and photographic memory to reconstruct events and explode rumors about her life, while caustically dismissing new reality starlets from Hollywood, Washington, and Wall Street as lacking minimum glamour and executive credentials. As supporting cast to her book-length rant and memoir, Joan hypnotizes as her trance-typist a tramp-stamped Fakebook addict who is the estranged Florida-trailer-park sister to one member of a Manhattan high-society gay couple partnered since boyhood school desegregation. The typist’-s spandex pants and Crawford’-s patience are stretched dangerously thin before Joan invites us to the grooms’- red-carpet celebrity-studded New York wedding. The undisputed Queen of Hollywood raps, rocks, shocks, and embraces us right to her breathtaking closing surprises: Joan finally gets the last word on everything.

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