(From the publisher):
How can an impulsive act of following the heart towards true happiness be distinguished from an act of under-medicated psychosis?
Floren Felvturn, a self-admitted virginal nymphomaniac, tells her unflattering story and details her court-ordered therapy in the book Cry On Cue. Her love life (or lack of one), her run ins with the police, transcripts of her therapy sessions and her unique friendship with the anti-social Paula Brakken are all documented in this feral book that provocatively asks the question: What makes you a woman fit for society?
Written as a parody of chick-lit and romance genres, Cry On Cue dares to be an unclassifiable novel that is as funny as it is disturbing, and as cerebral as it is offensive. Floren dementedly narrates the story and introduces us to some colorful and unforgettable characters, each with their own brand of wisdom to share with the cynical world. By the third act, Floren unveils a plot twist so horrifying it would make even the daintiest British woman shriek.
Bubbling over with English colloquialisms and strange Floren-created words, unconventional in technique and already in trouble for defaming the psychiatric community, Cry On Cue is for the analytical reader.
Original title: Cry on Cue
Genre: Fiction→ Adult/Mature Content