I read part 3 in the Entanglement Series, Chasing Chaos, by Katie Rose Guest Pryal, without having read the first 2 titles. It didn’t impact the ease to get into the story of Daphne Saito and her friends and families. Daphne is a stunning screenwriter who just ended a relationship with her longtime boyfriend, Dan. In the course of only five days, a one-night stand, a role as the wedding planner for Greta, and guardian angel to rescue her friend Carrie leave Daphne without a dull moment. The rest searched for is not on the horizon.
Meet Miranda George who, just like Greta’s father turns into the wedding party late. Learn to know the fate of a drugs addict and Dan. It seems that everywhere Daphne comes, chaos will result. Is it intentional or coincidental? In all honesty, adds dating promiscuous women to a little more chaos? The novel has an abundance of short sentences and conversational phrases. As a reader, it is easy to read, but without room to fantasize or let your thoughts wander. Chasing Chaos can be consumed on its own, although a sequel into these unbalanced lives is left open.
About the author
Katie Rose Guest Pryal enjoys her three professions—novelist, freelance journalist, and lawyer—for one reason: her love of the written word. Fiction or nonfiction, Katie thrives on putting thoughts to paper and sharing them with the world. She lives in , where the energy of the campus and cafes inspires her writing. She is the author of the Entanglement Series, which includes Entanglement (Velvet Morning Press 2015), Love & Entropy (VMP 2015). She is also a contributor to the anthology Christmas, Actually (VMP 2015).
You can grab free copies of Katie’s novella, Nice Wheels, and her writing guide, Writing Isn’t Sexy, by subscribing to her monthly email letter:http://bit.ly/pryalnews.
As a journalist, Katie contributes to Quarts, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Toast, Dame Magazine and other national venues, including The Huffington Post, where she writes a monthly column on writing. She earned her master’s degree in creative writing from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins, where she attended on a fellowship.
Katie has published many books on writing, the most recent with Oxford University Press. A professor of writing for more than a decade, she now leads writing workshops and works as a writing coach and developmental editor when she’s not writing her next book.
Katie is a member of the Tall Poppy Writers, a community of writing professionals committed to connecting authors with each other and with readers.
I received a free review copy of the book from the author in exchange for my personal, unbiased review.