How far she's come : a novel / Holly Brown.
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- ISBN: 9780062846112
- ISBN: 0062846116
- Physical Description: xii, 385 pages, 9 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
"P.S. insights, interviews & more--"--Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references.
"Twenty-four-year-old Cheyenne Florian has just received her dream job offer. On the strength of a few vlogs, she's recruited to be the new correspondent on the recently hatched Independent News Network, INN.With the slogan “Because independent thinking is the only way out,” INN has branded itself as innovative. Yet once Cheyenne joins the INN team, she finds age-old dynamics in play. Some of the female staff resent her meteoric rise, while a number of the men are only too happy to welcome her. Then there's the diary left for her anonymously, written in 1991 by a female broadcaster named Elyse Rohrbach. The mysterious diary is accompanied by a note, urging Cheyenne to learn from the past. She wants to believe it's intended as inspiration and friendly advice, or at most, a warning. But as disturbing-and increasingly dangerous-parallels begin to emerge, she starts to wonder if something more sinister is at work. It's almost as if someone is engineering the similarities in Cheyenne's life to match those from Elyse's past, like she's a pawn in a very twisted game. But Cheyenne is determined to rewrite the rules and play her own game. Though they're separated by more than twenty-five years, Elyse and Cheyenne are forced to learn the same lesson: Nothing is more threatening than a woman who doesn't yet know her own power..."--Amazon.com.
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