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A portrait of an age of both dazzling spirit and bitter disillusionment, based on the last drunken days of F. Scott Fitzgerald. The 1920s: a golden age, and Manley Halliday is a golden figure. Lauded by the critics, this great writer of the decade has everything - beauty, brilliance, wealth, and a strikingly lovely wife. But years later, in the very different atmosphere of the thirties, Halliday is a shadow of his former self, cast upon the inhospitable shores of Hollywood. When Shep, a young and ambitious Hollywood screenwriter, is partnered up with Halliday, he is awestruck to find himself working alongside a literary hero. Enlisted by movie mogul Victor Milgrim to co-write college musical Love on Ice, the pair embark on a journey to New York. But Shep may find that his vision of the great Manley Halliday fails to match up with the man himself . . .

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'[Manley Halliday ] is a three-dimensional creation who will haunt the imaginations of all who have the good fortune to be coming for the first time to this remarkable novel.' Anthony Burgess

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BUDD SCHULBERG, the son of a Hollywood film producer, was born in New York in 1914. He is the author of What Makes Sammy Run, The Harder They Fall and The Disenchanted, and the founder of the Watts Writers Workshop. He died in 2009.

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