Review of West of Sunset from The Washington Times


Imagining F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Hollywood life

By Corinna Lothar

The Gilded Age. “The Great Gatsby” exemplified the privileged life style of the 1920s Jazz Age. F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald were the toast of the literary world as well as of the demi-monde. “Nothing was impossible — everything was just beginning” wrote Fitzgerald, as quoted by Stewart O’Nan in his engrossing new novel, “West of Sunset,” about the last years of Fitzgerald’s life, years that proved that indeed, “[t]here are no second acts in American lives.”


Stewart will be in his hometown of Pittsburgh tonight!

East End Book Exchange
4754 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Launch party for Stewart O’Nan’s

Saturday, February 7th at 7:00 PM

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