Genna Rivieccio's She's Lost Control Combines Bret Easton Ellis Grit with Sylvia Plath Angst
NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Genna Rivieccio's debut novel, She's Lost Control, is a polarizing account of modern existence. The title, inspired by Joy Division's seminal 1979 track, is indicative of the narrator's (whose name is never revealed) total lack of clarity over her life's purpose. After spending time searching for excitement in Paris and New York, the narrator finds herself languishing in Los Angeles as a cashier at Bed, Bath and Beyond. As she reflects on the ruin her life has become--the wasted potential and the missed opportunities--all her thoughts turn to the allure of death. An indelible work with regard to the ennui and sense of aimlessness of the twenty-first century, She's Lost Control pushes buttons and provokes thought. Available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble, this novel is a must-read for anyone outraged by the current standard of living.
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