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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Strange Birth, Short Life, and Sudden Death of Justice Girl by Julian David Stone is the story of a writer of a struggling TV network who was going to lose his job, but he did something and the tables turned in his favor. Jonny Dirby was trying his hardest to keep his job as a writer on the comedy show called "Hermie's Henhouse" and to make it work for as long as possible. He had to be extra cautious as writers were being fired and blacklisted because of being labeled as Communist sympathizers. So when his network asked him to sign a Loyalty Oath, he knew that he would get into a world of trouble for it. Sooner than he thought, he is fired and he is about to be blacklisted when he comes up with a plan to get revenge and make alterations to a comedy script. However, as luck would have it, the script turns out to be a major success and he is back on the network with better pay and better circumstances. But he has to navigate the way to success while trying to stay clear of network sharks and an actress who has a hidden agenda. How will Jonny survive?
Exceptionally enjoyable and definitely recommended, this novel is a roller coaster ride that demands your attention and wants you to beg for more. The narrative is smooth and very witty; I was laughing out loud and trying to contain my smiles so that I didn’t look like a lunatic to the people around me. Jonny is such a vital and energizing character. He is fresh, original and very believable. I enjoyed his responses, his witty retorts and his whole demeanor. There is something so relatable about him that makes him very endearing and larger than life. I enjoyed the pace, the flow, the characters, and even the tiny tidbits and nuggets that the author left in the narrative for readers to find. All in all, this is a very entertaining and humorous read!