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[ Read Online Stay Up with Hugo Best ↠´ gabon PDF ] by Erin Somers ä While I enjoyed reading this debut by Erin Somers, it left me somewhat cold and not understanding what the overall thesis of the novel was June was a bit of a one dimensional character to me, and while not unlikeable, I just couldn t really connect with her I liked all of the pop culture and comedy references a lot, but the book as a whole was a disappointment.
If you ve ever free fallen into an experience, knowing there was probably nothing good to come from it, but it arose and you said What the hey, you never know and the whole time you were rolling with it, you knew it was stupid, and you assumed intimacy that felt natural but had no roots, you may enjoy this book If you ve ever been close with somebody who was or later became famous, but you know how he is in real life, you will be interested in this book If you ve worked with comedians, you will find much to resonate with And if you ve suffered from being a professional wait er as in one who waits for other people to do something so that you can do something this book is for you.
Twenty nine year old world weary June Bloom loses her TV writers assistant job when the comedy show, Stay Up with Hugo Best, fires Hugo Best An Incredibly Timely, Terrifically Witty And Moving Debut About A Young Writer S Assistant On A Late Night Comedy Show And What Transpires When She Accepts An Invitation From Its Enigmatic Host To Spend A Long Weekend At His Mansion In ConnecticutJune Bloom Is A Broke, Cynical Twenty Nine Year Old Writer S Assistant On The Late Night Comedy Show, Stay Up with Hugo Best Hugo Best Is In His Sixties, A Beloved Icon Of TV And Humor, And A Notorious Womanizer After He Unexpectedly Retires And A Party Is Held For His Now Unemployed Staff, June Ends Up At A Dive Bar For An Open Mic Night And Prepares For The Sad Return To The Anonymous Comedian Lifestyle What She S Not Prepared For Is A Run In With Hugo At That Dive Bar Nor For The Invitation That Swiftly Follows Hugo Asks June To Come To His Mansion In Greenwich For The Long Memorial Day Weekend No Funny Business, He InsistsJune, In Need Of A Job And Money, Confident She Can Handle Herself, But Secretly Harboring The Remains Of A Childhood Crush On The Charming Older Comedian And Former Role Model, Accepts The Exact Terms Of The Visit Are Never Spelled Out, But June Is Realistic And Clear Eyed Enough To Guess Even So, As The Weekend Unfolds And The Enigmatic Hugo Gradually Reveals Himself, Their Dynamic Proves To Be Much Complicated And Less Predictable Than She ExpectedAt Once Hilarious And Poignant, Brilliantly Incisive And Terrifically Propulsive, Stay Up with Hugo Best Is An Incredibly Timely Exploration Of Sexual Politics In The MeToo Age, And The Unforgettable Story Of One Young Woman S Poignant Stumbling Into Adulthood Thanks to NetGalley and Simon Schuster for the opportunity to read this ARC in return for an honest review After reading a number of dark murder mysteries, I wanted to take a break and read something lighthearted and comical This was definitely not lighthearted, and reviews calling it hilarious had me fearing I was devoid of any sense of humour To me, it was the opposite of hilarious, being depressing, poignant and full of melancholy, and with uncertain motivations on the part of the leading characters It was well written, with much to be said about modern sexual politics, but am unsure of the book s aim, or what conclusion I was supposed to draw June Bloom is a 29 year old who comes across younger in many ways Her goal in life is to be a comedian along with the fame it could bring She was performing stand up comedy at a dive bar I got the impression that her goal in comedy i A wry and meditative novel about fame and the proximity to it June is an aspiring comedian at the very bottom of the totem pole at a late night talk show hosted by famed comedian Hugo Best After Hugo s run on the show ends, meaning they re both out of a job, the sixty something Hugo invites 29 year old June to his Connecticut mansion for the weekend even though they ve barely spoken before What follows isn t quite what you expect, but it s also not all that far off, as June tags along on a couple of days in Hugo s life.
What Somers has to say about comedy, fame, and the sad lot of the many low level strivers is interesting enough but June herself doesn t quite come into focus By being 29 and not 19, we kn I was cringing as I finished this novel It started out well Young staff writer June Bloom accepts a long weekend invitation from her former celebrity boss The talk show he hosted for years has finally aired its last episode and Hugo Best is headed for retirement Twenty nine year old June Bloom is aware that Hugo Best has certain expectations for this week end Although the first few chapters were intriguing, the heroine in this pseudo tell all tale of a dirty weekend tryst with a famous talk show host is all over the place as directionless and ambivalent as this story ends up being The entire first two thirds of the book is taken up with the suspenseful question will they or won t they A few red herrings are tossed into the mix, as well as an inevitable triangle or two, or three Nothing really new here but the author d I wasn t completely sure what to expect when I started this one but I could not stop thinking about it during the few days that I read it The book takes place over the four days of memorial day weekend after Hugo Best, a late night talk show host, has wrapped up filming his last show On a whim, he invites June Bloom, a writers assistant on his show, to his house in Connecticut June, now jobless and having a crush on Hugo since childhood, accepts his invitation despite the fact that he is 30 years her senior and has quite a reputation.
What follows is a quietly hilarious and, at times, sad character study of these two June laments the difficulty of being a not quite successful twenty something and Hugo struggles with saying goodbye to his show and growing older Th Yuck.



Typical millennial jives with aging superstar She makes herself so at home, you could swear that this was the same girl who completely ignores the Lyft driver after exiting her bomb ass house you know, entitled.
And this is Stay Up s forte the vivid portrayal of a Millennial In case you were wondering in case you didn t know The worst I suffered was nonsuccess 37 The worst we suffer is the typical minutia that a tale like this wants to include so that it has a patina of WOW Instead, it is a sad reminder of how empty fans and stars are alike Like, why would a comedian want this girl s opinions She hasn t lived, does so in an intrepid stupid way What is so special about her She is tired of being impressed she gi Narrator 3 starsStory 2 starsCharacters 2.
5 starsOverall rating 2.
75 stars I think Had a couple spots where it was interesting for me but overall this was pretty underwhelming More focused on the characters than the plot Now, that isn t always bad but the people created have to grab your attention somehow and get you invested in what was going to happen.
It had my interest enough to keep going but still not completely sure why I finished Part of it probably me being stubborn perhaps.
A couple things were teased at happening but when one did it was underwhelming and just there the latter done on purpose maybe Was expecting something different from the blurb but aah well.
Off to the next, happy reading if the summary peaks your interest waves

Erin Somers is the author of STAY UP WITH HUGO BEST, forthcoming from Scribner in April 2019.