Goodreads summary: Jake Reed lives in a straight line. He works. He eats. He drinks whiskey and beer. But like many of this young generation, Jake is directionless. After graduating from college with aspirations to be a writer, he has found himself in a job nobody, not even himself, quite understands: social media manager for a commercial real estate company. He sits at his desk and wonders just how he became the man he is. But after a death in his family, the trajectory of Jake's life is altered. Jake will become unmoored. He will leave behind his life and job, wander through Los Angeles, interact with a cast of interesting characters and then end up at the Sunset House. Towering above Sunset Boulevard, this mansion is where coke dealers and 24-hour revelers mingle with the soon-to-be-famous young actors and DJs. It is here that people come to escape reality, to run from all that they've loved and lost. And it is here, among so much excess, that Jake will try to mend his porous heart.
I recently got the debut novel of Nick Miller called Isn't It Pretty To Think So? from a Goodreads giveaway. It's a 390 page book and I am so happy to have won this novel. I will get to reading it as soon as I get done with my other priority reads and will let you know how it goes! It was said that if you liked John Green's stories, will truly appreciate this one! So if you're interested, you can buy the novel here in Amazon: