Kendall and Kyle Jenner’s ‘Rebels: City of Indra’ Ghostwriter Maya Sloan Speaks OutKylie and Kendall Jenner are co-authors alongside two ghost writers, also co-authoring of a new dystopian young-adult novel. No pictures. Pleasant Interaction. Reliance on Others to Affirm Our Femininity. Etiquette Tutor. Sunrise Retreat.
Kendall and Kyle Jenner’s ‘Rebels: City of Indra’ Ghostwriter Maya Sloan Speaks Out
Kylie spoke about the novel, saying "The fans seem to love it. I think we wanted to make Lex more like me and Livia more like Kendall, and they kind of evolved into their own characters. Publishers Weekly gave a positive review: "Details about the two worlds the girls inhabit are creative, though the plot that emerges after they meet is rather predictable. Even so, abundant action — including a hair-pulling fight, a high-speed chase on flying machines, and an attack by hideous beings known as 'mutations' — provides momentum. Unresolved conflicts set the scene for the next installment. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Vario Jr.
The reviews are in…and apparently the new fiction book written by Kendall and Kylie Jenner of Keeping Up with the Kardashians basically sucks. Not surprisingly, the novel has been universally panned by literary critics. Numerous fans that have purchased the book have taken to Amazon to write HIGH-larious reviews about how horrible it is. The book has been rated a measly 1. Perhaps they should have had some of these reviewers help them write their book.
It's safe to say no one expected the Jenner sisters' debut book to be the next Great American Novel, but the overwhelmingly bad press has fallen onto the shoulders of not just Kim Kardashian's little half-sisters, but the book's ghostwriter Maya Sloan. In a Los Angeles Times profile, Sloan discussed her work on Rebels and coping with the backlash she has experienced. According to the story, she allowed herself just one day to check out reviews of the novel. But it seems that one day may have been one day too many. Sloan has not one, but two separate MFAs, she teaches beginners writing at NYU, and she's the co-author with another anonymous creator of the upcoming book based on the popular Tumblr Rich Kids of Instagram.