NeW YORK TIMES  Bestseller

 

“Perfect.”   —Cosmopolitan

“Stunning. Basically anything and everything you’d ever want to know from the 31-year-old.”  —InStyle

“Her latest work will motivate you physically, spiritually, mentally and  emotionally.”  

                 —E online

“The book is part memoir, part self-help, and part diet-and-exercise guide. And all of it is very Khloe…self-deprecating, candid, sincere, and vulnerable.”   —Refinery29

“A Body-Image Victory.” The Frisky

 


 

One of NPR's BEST BOOKS OF 2016

 

Gloria Norris’s KooKooLand is a memoir written on the edge of a knife blade. Chilling, intensely moving, and darkly funny, it cuts to the heart and soul of a troubled American family, and announces the arrival of a startlingly original voice.

 

"An  electrifying coming-of-age memoir about madness, murder, and a born storyteller's wild ride from a terrorized girlhood in nowheresville New Hampshire to life as a Hollywood producer and screenwriter." —O, The Oprah  Magazine

 

"An  intelligent and bracing memoir." —Kirkus

 

"A tumble through a tumultuous time, in which the heroine inexplicably, beautifully lands on her feet." —Booklist

 



 

The December 2016 Indie Next Great Reads   

 

Rajiv Surendra was filming Mean Girls, playing the beloved rapping mathlete Kevin Gnapoor, when a cameraman insisted he read Yann Martel's Life of Pi. So begins his "lovely and human" (Jenny Lawson, author of Furiously Happy) tale of obsessively pursuing a dream, overcoming failure, and finding meaning in life.

 

"Lovely and human. The tale of a man who began by following a story and ended up creating his own."   — Jenny Lawson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Furiously Happy


"Insightful and inspirational." —Kirkus (starred review)

". . . Imaginative, diversion-full, and refreshingly green memoir about the surprises that living a creative life can offer." —Booklist

"A beautifully written journey of self-discovery, The Elephants In My Backyard is intimate, moving, hilarious and painful. This quirky memoir unfolds in a series of anecdotes—miniature gems—much like the intricate chalk designs that are one of Rajiv Surendra's many talents."   — Anosh Irani, author of The Parcel