As a former editor for popular websites, including Slate and Jezebel, Jessica Grose intimately understands the realities of life in the blogosphere—and she employs this knowledge to hilarious effect in her edgy and timely debut novel, Sad Desk Salad. Grose's story of a savvy blogger who stumbles upon an irresistible scoop—one that could cause irreparable damage to a young woman's life and reputation—and must reconcile her true values with the ruthless demands of a gossip- and reality-obsessed culture is a stinging and wildly funny indictment of America's obsession with celebrity dirt. This fictional behind-the-scenes look at a booming online industry is smart and sharp contemporary women's fiction, a The Devil Wears Prada for the twenty-teens.
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