Nineteen: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Model* by D.L. Janney book review



Depressed, broke, and suffering the effects of a brutal childhood; our hero heads to New York City. He leaves behind college life in a small midwestern town to earn a living in one of the most competitive fields in the world. Pushing aside his overwhelming self-doubt and insecurities, he arrives in New York City with only a bag filled with clothes. Nineteen is his story. Enter his world and walk beside him as D.L. paints a portrait of his life as an outsider in the 1980s fashion world. Without help or any contacts, our protagonist attempts to make enough money to go to a good university and change his life forever. Embark on this intimate journey into a world remembered and created from the troubled, yet determined mind of a nineteen year old boy. His pragmatic mind coupled with a tortured soul will lead the way.


Such a remarkable journey! This book was very interesting as i read about his life i kept turning page after page to find out what would happen next. This journey was very well written and truly gave a wonderful insight into an interesting life. This is a definite to be read book and should be on everyones list. 4 stars from me.


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