Then she sold a screenplay to Brad Pitt's production company, Plan B.
I'm trying to find ways to describe this book but it's a difficult task because my mind is overwhelmed... Emma Forrest is a charismatic and gifted writer, she's also a bipolar.
At the age of 16 she was a columnist in The Sunday Times and by the age of 21 a contributor to the Guardian.
Instead I'll close my review with only one passage: "Dr.
R scratches out a note on his pad."Losing you both was only the practice pain, wasn't it?
And if it seems self-obssessed at times, well...isn't an autobiography by definition self-centered?