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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, Liar, a novella by Cléo de Vigne, tells the story of Norman Puttock, a salesman who is determined to ride the celebrity wave.
French author, Cléo de Vigne, not only knows London inside and out, but her main character, Norman Puttock, oozes with English surreal idiosyncrasies that have become ingrained in modern life, such as entitlement, embellishment of the truth, and an insatiable need for celebrity.
Greater London is home to over nine million people. Norman Puttock, one of those people, stands out for his particularly abhorrent character and obnoxious behavior. His sole objective is to become the most sought-after celebrity in the world, and he is an avid promoter of pretentious lies, and he succeeds in reimagining his life using deceit and dissimulation..
The adventures of a hypocrite, opportunist, and raving megalomaniac who, through a whirlwind of deceit, rises up the social ladder before falling back into shameful obscurity.
Cléo de Vigne
Cléo de Vigne is an author from Strasbourg, France. While not traveling, she splits her time between France and London, a city she loves above all others. Psychology is her other passion, and she enjoys delving into the darkest parts of her characters’ minds. In her writing she expects to uncover the idiocy of humanity and what it means for society.
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