Call Me Zelda

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Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Berkley Books
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.2 X 1.0 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780451239921

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About the Author

Erika Robuck is the national bestselling author of The House of Hawthorne, Fallen Beauty, Call Me Zelda, Hemingway's Girl, and Receive Me Falling. She is a contributor to the fiction blog Writer Unboxed, and she maintains her own blog, Muse. She is a member of the Hawthorne Society, the Hemingway Society, the Historical Novel Society, and the Edna St. Vincent Millay Society. She lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with her husband and three sons.

Reviews

Praise for Call Me Zelda

"This gem of a novel spins a different, touching story...You will love it, as I absolutely did."--Tatiana de Rosnay, New York Times bestselling author of Sarah's Key and The House I Loved

"In this richly imagined story, Erika Robuck has captured the creative brilliance and madness of Zelda Fitzgerald...an unsettling yet tender portrayal of two women inextricably bound by hope and tragedy."--Beth Hoffman, New York Times bestselling author of Looking for Me

"A Jamesian sense of the uncanny haunts Erika Robuck's poignant, compassionate portrait of Zelda Fitzgerald's desperate dance with mental illness...mesmerizing, page-turning, and provides us with a fresh, very human look at two literary icons."--Maryanne O'Hara, author of Cascade

"An emotionally charged and entertaining book."--The Austin Chronicle

"One of the most unique, well-written, and interesting novels of the year...Compelling and tragic."--Pittsburgh Historical Fiction Examiner

"Lovers of the Jazz Age, literary enthusiasts, and general historic fiction readers will find much to love about Call Me Zelda. Highly recommended."--Historical Novels Review (Editor's Choice)

"Robuck effectively captures the Fitzgeralds' turbulent marriage, as well as their inability to function--personally or professionally--beyond their jazz age heyday and into the Depression era."--Publishers Weekly
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