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Thin Skin

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'My talents are: I knew what I wanted. I knew what I didn't want. I knew at a young age...I have the added advantage of scrubbing up nicely when I feel like it, so I look like I have range, when really I just have good skin.' At fifteen Ruby left home, got herself an agent and became a film star. Now twenty, she lives alone, in a world of hotels and fast food. Destructive and charming, cutting is Ruby's hobby. Her hair, her arms and occasional tattoos - her newest accessory is a bloodline necklace. A seductive blend of heroine and whore, she has left the man who loves her, been fired by her agent, and is starring in a film opposite the delectable Aslan. It is quite possibly her last chance. Striking, funny and razor sharp, Thin Skin is a novel in which we see that sometimes you have to look over the edge in order to see your way back.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 15mm | 189g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0747557357
  • 9780747557357
  • 537,919

About Emma Forrest

Emma Forrest began her writing career as a journalist, contributing to the Sunday Times, Independent, Guardian and Saturday Telegraph magazine. Her debut novel, Namedropper, was published in 1998 and translated into five languages. Film Four are currently developing it as a film. In 2001 she sold an original screenplay, her first, to Bloc - Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's production company. Now twenty-five, she lives in Manhattan, where she is at work on her third novel.show more

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350 ratings
3.33 out of 5 stars
5 20% (70)
4 24% (83)
3 33% (115)
2 17% (58)
1 7% (24)
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