Under the Influence

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Product Details
Price
$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Gallery Books
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
6.1 X 9.0 X 1.3 inches | 1.12 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781668004944

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About the Author
A California native, Noelle Crooks's love of books started at a young age when running to the local library with her late father. Before publishing her debut novel, Under the Influence, Noelle held roles at Sephora and Dolce Vita, and was the brand director at The Hollis Company. An education activist, Noelle is passionate about supporting youth literacy within marginalized schools. Noelle resides in New York City with her sidekick pup, Cooper.
Reviews
"Crooks debuts with a magnetic story...Readers will gobble up this intelligent update on The Devil Wears Prada for the digital age."--Publishers Weekly

"Crooks' debut is a modern update to The Devil Wears Prada, emphasizing the all-too-common blurring of our personal and work lives. Harper's denial of Charlotte's True Nature is unsetlling yet authentic." --Booklist

"Hey, girl! Are you looking for a fast-paced read that will entertain you AND make you think about how much influence certain people have on your life? Of course you are! So stop whatever you're doing RIGHT NOW and grab a copy of Under the Influence. You'll fly through this fun insider take on the influencer industry the same way you did The Devil Wears Prada."--Catherine McKenzie, USA Today bestselling author of Please Join Us and Spin

"Compulsively readable, frightening but addictive, Under the Influence perfectly captures some of the contradictions and challenges of modern work life."--Shelf Awareness

"A very fun read...did not want to put it down. The book explores some of the darker sides of the [self-help influencer] industry: assistants who don't get credit, plagiarism, toxic positivity, I could go on. I really enjoyed this." -Grace Atwood, The Stripe