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review ¾ The Rejection Letter Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ To someone else the letter might have seemed a simple piece of correspondence—but when Amy reads the rejection letter from the latest agent to whom she had sent her unpublished novel it is perceived as a declaration of war Amy is an aspiring author with a ba??s life turns upside down as she works with the FBI to find the killer – and learns a little about life love and finding her own sanity in the process This romantic thriller is written for the millions of frustrated wannabe authors who are also passionate readers It explores the world of the literary agent and of the large publishing houses as well as the inner story of one young woman and her fight to overcome her bipolar disorder. This story caught my eye about a serial killer going after literary agents Amy an unstable young lady met a book agent and became infuriated when he received his letter rejecting her work What first seems like stalking she moves toward a complex situation by getting closer to the literary agent on a professional then personal level By the time she meets her target several agents met violent deaths adding some unexpected twists and turns Overall this is a well written fun read in which I did not take seriously the satirically horrific attacks of the agents Many authors who have opened rejection letters felt the sting like Amy did Good job four stars

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To someone else the letter might have seemed a simple piece of correspondence but when Amy reads the rejection letter from the latest agent to whom she had sent her unpublished novel it is perceived as a declaration of war Amy is an aspiring author with a bad case of bipolar disorder and her anger is compounded by the fact that this agent had flirted heavily with her at a recent writers’ convention; faced with this double rejection. First thoughtsAfter reading this book it definitely has evoked the fear of being published though I haven’t even begun the long journey of “Rejection” I have had thoughts of aspiring to be an author one day and after reading this book and learning about the real publishing world it has given me a new perspective This entire story is filled with mystery and “who done its” not one stone was left unturned and though I found the main character hard to connect with for a while I was finally able to understand her by the end The dialogue was at times a bit off I found it to be a little fake; as if the character themselves was lying But the story itself was exciting and I found myself learning and about how it is to be bi polar The overall view of the characters to me was I found them to be relatable and people who could very well be people I know The best friend was one of my favorite characters I found him to be well rounded and full of life I enjoyed that he was included thoroughly throughout the story One of the best things about this book is that it wasn’t easy guessing who the serial killer was the author always provided you with false leads and when you have an idea of who it could have been you were proven wrong And the ending wow is all I can say; there were so many twists and surprises that I was left stunned The plot like I said was great always paced right there weren’t enough slow moments to keep you from straying far there was always plenty of action and detective moments to keep you interested As far as the character herself though like I mentioned she was a bit hard to connect with she did have a life about her; she was filled with so much rage and energy and for a while there I really couldn’t understand her but in the end she was bi polar and the authors intention was for us to only understand her near the end When you know someone with this disease you have to understand that they aren’t always who they’re normally are they can’t control themselves all of the time and that’s what I took from this book I’ve learned that these people are just as good as you and me but they have so much to overcome than we will ever have to The description in this book was good there wasn’t too much and I found that most of the description was to help us see where the character was and help describe some of her ideas and feelings The transformations of the characters were minimal in this book though the main character did change her views she didn’t necessarily change in this book which in this case was okay What needed to be transformed was her viewpoint and that did happen As for the other characters some did change but they were minimal and didn’t necessarily change the impact the book had on me As for the writing style I found it to be good there weren’t poetic moments like in “The Heritage” but it did have a good uality about it that it drew me into the story and kept me wanting to read Goodreads SummaryAll Serial killers are different but with one that stalks literary agents mere words are not enoughTo someone else the rejection letter might be perceived as a simple piece of correspondence But when Amy who suffers from bipolar disorder receives a form rejection letter from Edward an agent she had an affair with at a recent convention she takes the rejection as both personal and professional—in short—a declaration of war Amy uickly embarks on a plan to get revenge by destroying Edward’s literary agency However Amy is soon not the one to be feared the most Her actions create a copycat a serial killer who targets literary agents and viciously murders them Living with the knowledge she has created a monster a serial killer is one thing while doing nothing to stop the madness is another But how could she track down a killer when she has no training in such Thinking like a mad man might be the only way—but could she go there and survive herselfWhen the winds of fate rekindle the romance with Edward thus making him the next target—she really has no choice but to help the FBI But will she be too lateLast ThoughtsI’d recommend this book to anyone who likes a good mystery if you’re looking for a mystery where it’ll keep you guessing than this is a book I’d recommend I wouldn’t however recommend this to anyone who has trouble connecting and understanding characters if you’re someone who expects to instantly click with the main character than this isn’t something I’d recommend It was however a fun and fast read for me It doesn’t take a lot of thinking to read it it’s one of those books you can read and just sit back and relax This was definitely one I enjoyed and can’t wait to see what else this author has in store for us

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The Rejection LetterIt’s clear that hell hath no fury like this woman scorned She embarks on a plan to get revenge by destroying the agent’s business however as it turns out agents all over soon have bigger things to worry about than Amy’s anger A serial killer starts targeting literary agents and viciously murdering them and the FBI believes that Amy’s vitriolic attacks on this particular agent may have inspired the terrifying killing spree Amy?. The Rejection LetterAuthor Johnny RayPublished By Sir John Publishing Age Recommend AdultReviewed By Arlena DeanRaven Rating 5Blog Review For Great Minds Think AloudReviewThe Rejection Letter by Johnny Ray was a good Thriller read for me I really enjoyed this fast paced novel I was definitely on edge of my seat turning the pages until the end Johnny Ray is able to really bring out just what we need in a good romantic thriller There was a lots of mysterywho was doing what who done ityou will be kept wondering up until the very end of this read The story is of a person having this disease bi polarism The characters were simply well played and just seeing how Amy's mind worked was really very nteresting to me There was a serial killer going after literary agentsAmy meet a agent and becomes infuriated then receives a rejection letter from this agentand the story takes offAmy is upset and being a unstable person that she isshe seeks revengebut at the same timeseveral agents have died violent deathsand now with even twist and turns and just what will happen next NOW this is the time I say to you that you will have to pick up The Rejection Letter to find out It has been said hell hath no fury like a woman or aspiring author scorned I really did enjoy The Rejection Letter and I didn't guess the ending I was able to learn a little on the research of bi polar disorderthat laid a well laid foundation of this storyline If you are in for a good thriller romance about bi polarism then I would recommend The Rejection Letter for you