The Wild Zone by Joy Fielding
The Wild Zone: Book summary and reviews of The Wild Zone by Joy Fielding
The Wild Zone Summary
This is how it starts. With a joke.
The Wild Zone Reviews
"Starred Review. Fielding combines a fast-paced plot with top-notch character development to create an atmosphere of brooding unease that explodes in a wonderfully wild resolution." - Publishers Weekly
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The Wild Zone Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Rated of 5
Joy Fielding Author Biography
Joy Fielding submitted her first story to Jack and Jill when she was eight years old, and the story was rejected. At twelve, she wrote her first TV script, the story of a twelve-year-old girl who murders her parents. Like the magazine story, it, too was rejected, but the thought of it caused her parents many a sleepless night. In her last year of high school her English teacher announced to the class that Joy Fielding was going to be a writer, though she hadn't decided that yet for herself.
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