Klonopin Lunch

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Crown | Jul 17, 2012 | 336 Pages | ISBN 9780307886996

  • Paperback$14.00

    Broadway Books | Jul 16, 2013 | 336 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307886989

  • Ebook$9.99

    Crown | Jul 17, 2012 | 336 Pages | ISBN 9780307886996

Praise

“Massively entertaining…the writing–expressive, ribald, honest–keeps this hard-core cautionary tale lively, diverting, and fresh.”
Elle Magazine

“A funny, sexy memoir of a good girl gone momentarily very bad….Jones writes freshly and perceptively about love, lust and sex. She is starkly (and wittily) honest about her own faults while being generous toward the deeply flawed men in her life….a guilty pleasure”
Kirkus

“[A] very raw, human lesson about vulnerability and growth.”
Publishers Weekly

“Brave, horrifying, hilarious, and totally entertaining Jessica Dorfman Jones is nothing like the girl I remember from private school.” 
—Cecily Von Ziegesar, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Gossip Girl novels
 
“Sex, drugs, rock and roll, even love—Klonopin Lunch has it all. Brave, heartbreaking in spots, laugh-out-loud funny in others, Jessica Dorfman Jones’s story is a captivating mix of depravity and heart.” 
—Jancee Dunn, author of Why is My Mother Getting a Tattoo? And Other Questions I Wish I Never Had to Ask
 
Klonopin Lunch is every bit as funny and irreverent as the title suggests. Jessica Dorfman Jones’ story of an Upper East Side preppie law school graduate who leaves it all behind for New York’s downtown rock scene is hysterically funny and surgically accurate. It captures every detail of that sadly bygone subculture in all its lurid, cringe-worthy glory. Tom Petty sang about a good girl who loved her mama, and if you want to see what happens when that girl goes full Winehouse, then this is the only book you’ll ever need.” 
—Dan Bukszpan, author of The Encyclopedia of Heavy Metal and The Encyclopedia of New Wave

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