Every day, a group of commuters booze at the bar on a Thames ferry as they shuttle back and forth to their jobs in London. This self-indulgent and narcissistic group is connected by their “freedom to put (themselves) before everyone else.” Couples Jamie and Clare, and Kit and Melia appear to have it all; beneath the surface, though, things are murky. In a terrifically fiendish way, Candlish gives voice to Jamie, who narrates the story before and after the day Kit goes missing. After six days, “the stress has become corrosive” and Jamie is surrounded with suspicion. As everyone’s motives get murkier, the tide takes a shockingly believable turn (two or three, in fact). Candlish’s story is a stiletto take on desire and ambition and the power of possession.
Gary Barlow is hoping he doesn’t make an appearance in the upcoming Robbie Williams biopic, because he doesn't want to be turned into a CGI monkey.
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Gary Barlow believes it is a "good sign" that Take That have "lasted this long" as he admits he feels "lucky" to be in a group with such "happy guys".
Paul Greengrass has been tapped to direct the political thriller 'Night of Camp David', which is based on the 1965 novel of the same name by Fletcher Knebel.
Gary Oldman believes that the rise of streaming services has taken "a lot of pressure" off film directors.
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Fellows has delved deep into his own career to create this satirical novel about Giles Goodenough, hedge fund manager. With a dash of humor, he offers an insider’s take on exactly what life is like behind the doors of multi-billion dollar companies. This book also breaks down the hype of working in tech and seeks to warn others about stepping into this bizarre industry. Fellows writes a cautionary tale of the thinly veiled true characters he spent his days surrounded by and how each helped him realize that his own life was becoming devoid of meaning outside of his work.
The world may know Marcus Caster-Rupp as Aeneas, star of the biggest show on television, but fan fiction readers call him something else: Book!AeneasWouldNever. Marcus gets out his frustrations with the show through anonymous stories about the internet’s favorite couple, Aeneas and Lavinia. But if anyone discovered his online persona, he’d be finished in Hollywood. April Whittier has secrets of her own. A hardcore Lavinia fan, she’s long hidden her fanfic and cosplay hobbies from her “real life” — but not anymore. When she dares to post her latest costume creation on Twitter, her plus-size take goes viral. And when Marcus asks her out to spite her internet critics, truth officially becomes stranger than fanfiction.
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Some might prefer the earlier Eric Burdon version or the later Tom Jones recording, but the definitive take belongs to Three Dog Night.
Turbulent polling across the early voting states has created a murky picture of the top tier of the 2020 class.
A quick walk down memory lane to kick off today's 5 To Know: And then there was one. One Blockbuster left in the entire world. Plus, AirPods take over famous works of art, a magical realism Netflix series, an Uber ride "menu" and happy #nationalcerealday, everyone!