The Nix - Part Five: A Body for Each of Us Summary & Analysis

Nathan Hill
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Readers are brought back to 2011 when Periwinkle calls Samuel to complain about his draft. The story of his mother does not say anything about her being The Packer Attacker, so Periwinkle does not like Samuel’s work thus far. He then continues to tell Samuel about today’s readers and what audiences will respond to. He comments that readers will slip into one of two categories: overly aware and self-righteous or purposefully ignorant of events and situations. Periwinkle offers ghostwriters for Samuel — people who are writers who do not write for literature but who write to make money from books aimed at the right audiences.

Chapter 1 slips into a fun escape designed much like those choose your own adventure novels Samuel loved to read as a child. The topic of this aside is titled, “YOU CAN GET...

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