Books by Linda Jaivin

MILES WALKER, YOU’RE DEAD by Linda Jaivin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

"Lackluster."
Out-of-date millennial farce from Jaivin (Eat Me, 1997, etc.), who hits some easy targets—art school philosophers and poseurs, clueless bureaucrats, rebels attacking a system that pays for the privilege, and so forth—in her tale of Australian artists versus government philistines. Read full book review >
ROCK 'N' ROLL BABES FROM OUTER SPACE by Linda Jaivin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 13, 1998

"Strained humor and annoying bouts of intergalactic jive talk. ($50,000 ad/promo)"
The title says it all about this cartoonish second novel by the author of Eat Me (1997): Three alien babes escape to Earth in order to enjoy lots of sex, drugs, and loud music. Read full book review >
EAT ME by Linda Jaivin
Released: June 11, 1997

"Already a bestseller in its native Australia (the author was raised in Connecticut but works as a freelance journalist in Sydney), this tossed salad of erotic scenarios charms as few examples of its genre ever have. ($50,000 ad/promo; author tour)"
Combine a saucy, Waiting to Exhale sort of girl-gossip tone with Vox's lusty sexuality and you get this witty, sophisticated (if unfortunately titled) tale of four Australian women friends' amatory peccadillos. Read full book review >