Zip Another Girl Totally freaking brilliant but what else do we expect from the amazing Allison Burnett Totally fulfilling in an unfulfilling way it is perfection He s done it again Another Girl i
Zip Another Girl Totally freaking brilliant-but what else do we expect from the amazing Allison Burnett? Totally fulfilling in an unfulfilling way-it is perfection. He's done it again!. Another Girl is a Books The sequel to the novel, Undiscovered Gyrl, which became the feature film Ask Me Anything, starring Britt Robertson, Martin Sheen, and Christian Slater.. Allison Burnett grew up in Evanston, Illinois, the son of a clinical psychologist and a Northwestern University professor After graduating from Northwestern, he was a fellow of the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwriting Program at the Juilliard School His novels include Christopher a finalist for the 2004 PEN Center USA Literary Award , The House Beautiful, Undiscovered Gyrl, and Death By Sunshine.His newest novel is The Escape of Malcolm Poe, published by Writers Tribe Books, Fall 2014.Allison s essays, stories, book reviews, and poetry have appeared on various websites and in various publications.Allison s screenwriting credits include Red Meat, Untraceable, Resurrecting the Champ, Feast of Love, Underworld Awakening, and Gone.. Bestseller Book Another Girl “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Author of Undiscovered Gyrl, Allison Burnett, inspired me to quote Michael Corleone, after reading the sequel novella “Another Girl” because… yes….. I was pulled right back into the addictive world of the internet and of Katie Kampenfelt. This sequel is only 138 pages in length; but, it is a power house of emotions that leaves the reader breathless, confused, intrigued and conflicted, all at the same timeAs in Undiscovered Gyrl, the format is genius in its own unique way. The followers of her blog are communicating with the main character by emailing her. Most emails go unanswered, but in one case in particular, it is reciprocated. Thus begins a journey into the life of yet another young, intelligent, complicated and troubled girl. The reader is, also, reintroduced to an older and seemingly more mature Katie/Amy. Will the readers of the sequel get closure? Will their questions be answered? I guess you will just have to read “Another Girl” to find out. It’s worth the ride.