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Barefoot in the City of Broken Dreams
Brent Hartinger

Russel Middlebrook: The Futon Years #2
UNKNOWN
August 2015
On Sale: August 14, 2015
Featuring: Russel Middebrook
204 pages
ISBN: 0151996385
EAN: 2940151996389
Kindle: B00ZS1OT6W
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ďThere was no way moving to Los Angeles was going to make me give up my soul. After all, Iíd already seen all the movies about Hollywood. I knew how things worked.Ē

Twenty-four year-old Russel Middebrook and his boyfriend have moved to Los Angeles so Russel can try to make it as a screenwriter.

Almost right away, in a forgotten old house off of Sunset Boulevard, Russel meets Isaac Brander, a once-famous film producer who is convinced he can turn Russelís screenplay into a movie.

Russel knows that success canít possibly come this easy. After all, most of Russelís Los Angeles friends are so desperate to make it that itís downright scary. His ex-boyfriend, Otto, is trying everything to become an actor, and Daniel, the sexy neighbor, doesnít even need a casting couch to get naked.

So whatís the catch with Mr. Brander? Could it be that movies about Hollywood donít tell the whole truth? But what does that mean for Russelís soul?

Barefoot in the City of Broken Dreams, a companion book to Brent Hartingerís The Thing I Didnít Know I Didnít Know, is a fast-paced, funny story about the price of fame in Hollywood: the hilarious lengths people will go to achieve it, and the touching secret to survival when things donít work out exactly as planned.

Russel Middlebrook

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