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Blaze (MP3)
Written by:
Di Morrissey 
Read by:
Kate Hood 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
20 hours 37 minutes 
MP3 size:
856 MB 
January 01 2007 
Available Date:
January 28 2007 
Age Category:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Contemporary Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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AUD$ 34.95
AUD$ 34.95


"Morrissey demonstrates once more that she is the thinking woman's answer to Barbara Cartland."
The Book Bulletin

Life, love, career. A tough choice at any age, especially in the magazine world...

Blaze exposes the new order of women and power in the cut-throat arena of up-market magazines. The idealistic baby boomers have been pushed aside and it's every woman for herself. An intimate look at four women coping with their private and public lives in the world where scheming and fox cunning seem to beat skill and talent, where sexism and ageism in office politics label women over thirty over the hill. Blaze is the story of women trying to survive, to compete, while maintaining friendships and finding happiness. In this pressure cooker world, something has to give and for some women it isn't worth the fight. For others, it's all or nothing.

"Enter the world of powerful women who run or work for upscale women's fashion magazines in France, Australia, and England. These women fight for survival, for love, and for power in the fickle world of influence and style. Kate Hood performs this novel seamlessly. Her American accents are coarse when compared to the cultured tones she uses for the narrative. French and Australian accents are subtle, British accents soft. No place for the faint of heart, these women's magazines require nerves of steel and a tight grip on emotions and morals. But can our heroines find happiness and fulfillment in their lives? Di Morrissey tells all as Hood captures the personalities and drive of women climbing to the top."
AudioFile Magazine