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Anon Pls.: A Novel

Anon Pls.: A Novel

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Then Smarmie Pammer turns out to be a vampire (which is like a really specific cannibal) and Cricket deuxmoi gets to espouse some thin feminism. Follows Cricket Lopez the assistant of one of the most notorious celebrity stylists that will become famous on Instagram.

Cricket is still a doormat by the end of the book, only finally 'gaining confidence' at the very end, where she decided to quit working for Sasha and sell merch. The texts, messages and internet stories help show what Cricket is seeing on the screen and consolidate what a big deal it is. As mentioned above, this book is based off the inception of DeuxMoi so I just kept trying to piece who is who and what is what when it comes to the story. In fact, it likely only was because there was no other substance to this book, and it served to add a bit of drama at the end (though only for a chapter or two) when Cricket thinks Ollie is manipulating her to try to gain control of the deuxmoi brand.

They have staff and mansions and bigger budgets and perks, and relatability is created instead of authentic.

For those of you who may not know, Deuxmoi is an anonymous woman who started a celebrity gossip instagram account at the height of the pandemic. The real DeuxMoi operators are anonymous but in this book, the site is managed by an abused fashion intern named Cricket.I think she and I would both liken this IG account to reality TV - light, fun, and nothing to take too seriously. If you follow and are a fan of IG account, Deuxmoi, I think you'll really enjoy this book and should definitely check this book out! So, unless you’re weirdly obsessed with deuxmoi and want her attention, don’t bother reading this book.

I’ll admit, I have been a devotee of the Deux Moi account for some time and bought this book merely out of support for my favorite content creator. It's just a way to blow off steam after a terrible, terrible day at work where her nightmarish boss screams at her and blames her for some 18-year-old influencer's screw-up. Cricket considers taking an offer from a media company that would allow her to get paid to run the account and quit her day job. While I would classify the book as fluff (I don't think the author would be offended, since it seems that was the intention), however, I didn't find it particularly entertaining. It catches on and fuelled by some of Cricket’s own celebrity spottings and gossip, it takes off to the point where everyone is ready to spill to deuxmoi.The woman has a temper and literally throws and smashes things and people just say 'lol, that's her'. Counterfeit by Kirstin Chen, also by William Morrow and out this year was a better time spent, though that has more in common with Cover Story than it does here. Plus, there's a steamy new love interest who she meets through her online persona—except she has no idea if she can truly trust his motives. The novel does a good job of exploring the motivations and land mines that come with running an account as popular as Deuxmoi.

Though no one knows that she is behind the account, its newfound success quickly wreaks havoc on her real life. It was aggressively fine, and for a very niche audience looking for something light and easy to read as we head into the winter months. She's suffered being a terrible woman's assistant for 8 years, and even though she's never allowed to do anything, she refuses to leave her job on the off chance this horrible woman might deign to give Cricket a 'thank you. It's a wild romp through the assistant trenches, a glitzy peek at the lives of the rich and famous, and a page-turning tale about what happens when one impulsive decision spirals out of control. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.Meanwhile, Cricket constantly downplays their concerns and is more worried for herself, often lamenting how her life is going to be over if anyone finds out about the Instagram account. The way she's tapped into our obsession with celebrity culture, demystifying it and also creating even more intrigue with celeb blind items and news breaks is attention-worthy, and the account is a staple for me. To access you ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose. To access your ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose.

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