Postcards from the Edge

Postcards from the Edge

Fisher beautifully brings readers the inside of Hollywood through a web of humor, drugs, relationships, Hollywood Party Terror, and much more. The plot centers on a 30-year-old actress named Suzanne Vale, and follows her challenges as she overcomes h...

Title:Postcards from the Edge
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780743466516
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    Postcards from the Edge Reviews

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    Carrie Fisher died today and now the interwebs are exploding with billions of fangirls who never watched a Star Wars movie until the Manic Pixies told them they should. That sounds hateful, but I don'...

  • Carol

    POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE is the semi-autobiographical novel based on the turbulent life of Carrie Fisher.The first third of the story recounting 30 days of actress Suzanne Vale's life in rehab was pret...

  • Matt

    In her first piece of fiction, Fisher seeks to relay some sentiments through this quasi-biographical story. Suzanne Vale is an actress who has succumbed to the horrors of addiction and finds herself i...

  • Calista

    I enjoyed Carrie's first novel. It was witty and interesting. Suzanne is obviously based loosely on her life from other stories I have read of hers. I feel like this was one of the first behind the sc...

  • Erin

    ok.you know that moment, at the party-you-didn't-want-to-come-to, filled with the important-people-from-work-who-don't-really-like-you, standing in the corner-of-the apartment-marked-specifically-for-...

  • Jonathan

    Motherfucking goddam shit. Rest in peace Carrie, you were wonderful ******Get better soon Carrie, you wonderful nutbag. Am listening to Hearts and Bones and sending thoughts and strength and health in...

  • Rachel Aranda

    This was Ms. Carrie Fisher's debut novel and it's a good one. It's honest, fun, and quite realistic of the struggles of being a recovering "pills addict" and famous actress who doesn't quite know what...

  • Naksed

    Sometimes I feel like I've got my nose pressed up against the window of a bakery, only I'm the bread. In Postcards from the Edge, Carrie Fisher writes a part-fiction, part-memoirs account about the...

  • Anna Bendewald

    I read this when I was 20 and a movie was about to be made of it. Holy smokes! It blew the lid off my concept of fame and boundaries between mothers and daughters and threw propriety out the window --...

  • Maria

    I searched what became one of my favourite online bookstores for Carrie Fisher in the hope of finding a copy of Wishful Drinking. Instead, I found myself staring at a list of available titles that inc...