Fabulous Nobodies - Lee Tulloch Reviews
Description:ISBN 0060797169 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lee Tulloch / Edition: Reprint / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2006-08 by Avon ... more
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Reality Nirvana Tuttle (daughter of a hippy, which she finds deeply embarrassing), a woman with "seventy-two different fashion personalities", is the "doorwhore" of the nightclub Less Is More in New York City. Her job involves deciding which "nobodies" are allowed in, on the basis of how "fabulous" they are. She wields great power in the club scene, her compliments and criticisms acting as law, until one night she fails to recognise Jackie O in a drab outfit and is fired for her mistake. This is a absolute disaster for Reality (or "Really", as her friends call her), who is replaced by her unstylish nemesis, ... Read the complete review
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