Both a searing YA thriller and a timely takedown of the pitfalls of instant fame, this page-turner from the author of The King is Dead sees an undercover journalist take a Hollywood role to investigate the suspicious death of his brother.
From award-winning author Benjamin Dean comes a deliciously dark and addictive YA thriller following the lives of Gen Z's rich and famous through the lens of an undercover teen journalist.
London-born Abel has landed the role of a lifetime for an upcoming blockbuster. On the face of it he's Hollywood's latest teen star, but below the surface he's an undercover journalist on a mission to expose the 'squeaky clean' entertainment industry and the part they played in his brother's 'accidental' death.
As Abel steps into the spotlight alongside fellow actors Lucky, Ryan and Ella, he soon discovers that beneath the glittering surface of fame and riches lies a darker world of secrecy, scandal and murder. Nobody is who they seem when the cameras are off, and everybody has something to hide. But who's next in line to die famous?
Drawing on his previous career as a celebrity journalist, Benjamin Dean examines the dark underbelly of showbiz, leaving no stone unturned.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 23 mm
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