Synopses & Reviews
"So funny you almost feel guilty laughing."Reuters
"The funniest thing we've ever read."InStyle
"Very funny. Jane's got a death wish."Matt Stone, co-creator of South Park
"This is one of the funniest books I've read for a long while."Sunday Times
"This book will change your life."Mirror (five stars)
After scriptwriter Jane Bussmann moves to Hollywood, she realizes her day job interviewing celebrities sucks. She goes to Africa in search of a dreamy activist and ends up uncovering Joseph Kony's crimes.
A celebrity gossip writer travels to a war zone in pursuit of a crush... really.
After scriptwriter Jane Bussmann moves to Hollywood, she realizes her day job interviewing celebrities is a drag. So after seeing a photo of dreamy humanitarian activist John Pendergast, she finds herself en route to Africa on the trail of this modern-day Indiana Jones. In Uganda, Jane begins to investigate war-lord Joseph Kony and his crimes--all to impress John, of course.
How far would you go?
About the Author
Jane Bussmann is a British comedy writer, performer and scriptwriter. She is also an unqualified foreign correspondent highly acclaimed by real foreign correspondents for her maverick take on Hollywood, war and white people. Jane has written for South Park and over fifty programs, including the legendary Daily Show antecedent Brass Eye, the most complained-about TV show in British history. She has performed the award-winning stage adaptation of her book to sell-out audiences from Mombasa to New York, even accidentally to the Lords Resistance Armys London wing. She has interviewed everyone from Britney Spears to war criminals for publications including the The Huffington Post, the Times of London, and Glamour.