A stunning novel about celebrity and the price of fame from a Pulitzer-shortlisted playwright and the creator of hit series SMASH.
So you want to know how to become famous?
STEP 1: Get your photo taken for the New Yorker, along with your incredibly beautiful red-haired sisters.
STEP 2: Watch as your face is plastered all over Times Square and New York goes crazy over you. (Why? Don't ask me.)
STEP 3: Learn to fight off the paparazzi who are camped outside your school. Older brothers, especially seemingly invisible ones, are useful here.
STEP 4: Pretend to be interested in letchy old filmstars at glitzy parties and don't let them realise you would rather be doing your homework.
But, take a tip from me, Amelia, so-called IT Girl, fame is NOT all it's cracked up to be.
All those glamorous parties are really just full of neurotic women studiously avoiding the canapés. Being followed by hoards of men with cameras can seriously threaten your social life. And no-one listens when you tell them that you never wanted all this in the first place.
One bit of advice I would give you, and it's an important one so please listen: whatever you do don't do what I did and BITE the most famous filmstar in the world. It won't look good, believe me, and it'll get you into all kinds of trouble.