Joan: Drop Dead Diva

ITQ MEDIA
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 Joan Rivers returns: It ain't a culinary book, although characters eat a lot of fantastic dishes and dish about celebrities.This is not biography of any kind either. It's full of real data from Joan's life to keep it more close to our hearts and down to earth. Joan was once a comedienne. Due to unfortunate tour of events she crosses over to a new world that seems to be so like ours, but it's not the same. Before afterlife of star treatment she has few more assignments on the menu. With her new pals Mandy, Ksav, Monique and Mary she must go to new frontiers, to declutter and clean talentless celebrities from public life. You will "Meet the Farthashians", "Cleaning Ladies of Hollywood-end", "Divas without the voices", "Housewives from the Sexy mansion" and "Spoiled and dumb - kids of Beverly Halls" plus many more in the book, that glorifies true talent and puts satire treatment on so called stars of the Hollywood. Did I mention Joan's dog is back? Max will give you extra thrills
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Publisher
ITQ MEDIA
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Published on
Feb 14, 2015
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Pages
208
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ISBN
9788393146543
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Humorous
Fiction / Satire
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