by Veronique de Turenne
Sep 20, 2006 (Day to Day) — The new novel The Return of the Player is writer Michael Tolkin's sequel to his 1988 Hollywood satire The Player, which was made into a hit film. Book critic Veronique de Turenne says the sequel is worth the wait -- an unlikely study of love, faith, existential angst -- and of course, the ugly side of making movies.
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Veronique de Turenne
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