Camille Pagan is “the author of Woman Last Seen in Her Thirties, Forever is the Worst Long Time, The Art of Forgetting, and the #1 Kindle bestseller Life and Other Near-Death Experiences, which was recently optioned for film. Her novels have been translated into twelve languages.
In another life, she was the health editor at Real Simple and Fitness magazines; these days, she writes for publications like Fast Company, Forbes, O: The Oprah Magazine, Parade, Time, and others.”
The Grateful Reader Review: by Dorothy Schwab
No new people! That’s a tall order for anyone, but Annie is going to try this approach to living as she reacts to the loss of her job and possibly her fiance. As a true scientist, Annie Mercer, writes in her daily journal to keep the reader and the plot moving along at a quick pace. Annie’s thoughts and decisions are impacted by her house mate-depressed-hoarder mom; Leesa, long time friend and promoter of Lite Weight crystals and oils; and most importantly, the French teacher fiance, Jon. Now throw in two more variables to the “no new people” experiment: a chatty, wine drinking, fashionista of a neighbor and a private investigator and the formula for the experiment is complete. The Grateful Reader devoured Camille Pagan’s “life experiment” and the conclusion is that upon publication February 26, 2020, readers will agree with these findings: This Won’t End Well and Annie Mercer’s scientific approach to life are the ingredients for a *****star read.