"So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past..." -The Great Gatsby
In Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, Therese Anne Fowler gives us the engrossing story of the historically misunderstood Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, written in Zelda's own style and voice. The novel pulls you into a "beautiful and damned" past of Jazz-age parties, glamour, fame, wealth, debt, bootlegged booze, jealousy, and self-destruction.
This novel digs deep to tell the tale of the remarkable woman behind the famous author with the famous friends. Above all, it tells a tale of a dazzling, talented young woman who wanted - more than fame and publicity - to be loved and appreciated for who she really was.
Fowler's meticulous research into Zelda Fitzgerald's life has provided her with the ability to give Zelda a voice, to draw us back into the current of her haunting past. - Becca (Sunset)
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