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Amazon Book ReviewSign in. Mary Elizabeth Winstead takes a cue from her latest film Gemini Man to prepare her younger self for a life in Hollywood. Watch now. Title: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Two victims of traumatized childhoods become lovers and psychopathic serial murderers irresponsibly glorified by the mass media.
Fear and loathing among the movers and shakers of America's publishing industry have reached new heights with both Random House and Macmillan denouncing the literary agent Andrew Wylie's move into digital publishing. The initiative has been set up to sell ebook editions of modern classics — including Lolita, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Updike's Rabbit tetralogy — exclusively via Amazon's Kindle store, leaving conventional publishers out of the picture. The move provoked an immediate reaction from Random House, which publishes in print several of the authors involved with Odyssey Editions. The publisher fired off a letter to Amazon "disputing their rights to legally sell these titles", which it said were "subject to active Random House publishing agreements". It went further, threatening that "on a worldwide basis", it "will not be entering into any new English-language business agreements with the Wylie Agency until this situation is resolved".
It's summertime! The living is easy. Give us a book, a cool place to put our feet up, and we're set. This weekend, the Amazon Books Editors are in the mood for all sorts of reading, from a Scottish romance to a look at that freaky genius, Hunter S. Also tempting: a view of the opioid crisis, advice about how to focus on the stuff that matters, and a short novel about family life that's worth returning to every year.