Faking Life

How much is one life worth In FAKING LIFE, internationally bestselling author Jason Pinter offers a ripped from the headlines thriller that asks the ultimate question how much is one life worth John Gillis is a lifelong bartender looking to jump start his stagnant existence after the death of a close friend by writing a raw, unvarnished memoir Esther is an ambitious yHow much is one life worth In FAKING LIFE, internationally bestselling author Jason Pinter offers a ripped from the headlines thriller that asks the ultimate question how much is one life worth John Gillis is a lifelong bartender looking to jump start his stagnant existence after the death of a close friend by writing a raw, unvarnished memoir Esther is an ambitious young woman searching for career inspiration and true love and believes in John she just might have found both Nico Vanetti is a fading literary agent, a former King of Industry, who sees John Gillis as his meal ticket back to the top Nico knows that in entertainment whatever bleeds, leads, and so in order to reap the millions he expects from John s story he ll do whatever it takes to manipulate John s life behind the scenes even if it means forcing him to pay with his life FAKING LIFE is high stakes novel of suspense that shows just how far people will go to alter reality even if it comes at the ultimate price.
Faking Life How much is one life worth In FAKING LIFE internationally bestselling author Jason Pinter offers a ripped from the headlines thriller that asks the ultimate question how much is one life worth John G

  • Title: Faking Life
  • Author: Jason Pinter
  • ISBN: 9780982905074
  • Page: 345
  • Format: ebook
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    About the Author

    Jason Pinter

    Jason Pinter is the bestselling author of five novels in his Henry Parker thriller series, which have over one million copies in print worldwide and have been published in over a dozen countries, as well as the Middle Grade adventure novel Zeke Bartholomew SuperSpy He has been nominated for the Thriller Award, Strand Critics Award, Barry Award, RT Reviewers Choice Award, Shamus Award and CrimeSpree Award His novel The Markwas optioned to be a feature film He has written for The New Republic, Entrepreneur, The Daily Beast, Medium, and He was named one of the top writers on Twitter JasonPinter by Mashable and the Huffington Post, and his articles and essays have been covered in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, CNN, The Atlantic, Hot Air, Boston Globe, New York Observer, Balti Sun, Salon and Australia s Sydney Morning Herald He lives in Hoboken, NJ with his wife, Dana, and their dog, Wilson.Visit him at wwwJasonPinter and follow him at twitter JasonPinter.

    192 Comment

    • Kevin Johnson said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Very enjoyable read. A truly unusual concept. Also, an interesting twist in dialog. Rather than, he said, she said, the author used the passive participant reaction after each line of conversation. Conserves on boring words and actually makes a more interesting read. Ironic that a book centered around writing and the publishing industry would be so massively littered with editing flaws. I generally cringe each time I come across a mistake and this was on most pages. Oyster gets one star for the [...]

    • Julie said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      This was a great read, very engrossing. Its plot is quite different; I was never sure where he was going to wind up. Only one complaint: Mr. Pinter, you are in desperate need of a proofreader (at least on the Kindle version). Call me.

    • Socorro said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Ridiculous concept. Totally has that cheesy after school special feel.

    • Jennifer said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Jason Pinter hooked my with his Henry Parker series so I wanted to give this book a try. I really liked it and found myself thinking "what a good story idea" as I read it.

    • Alexandra said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Did not want this book to end and want to find out how what happens next. Love Jason Pinter and all of his books. Can't wait for the next one!

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