Windows Into Worth

What We Can't Put Down... Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald

"If I could fit myself into this mail slot, here, I'd follow this letter all the way to Hollywood,
the way to Scott, right up to the door of our next future."
At some point everyone reads The Great Gatsby and either comes to love, or hate, F. Scott Fitzgerald. The enigma that Fitzgerald was, there is much to-do about his wife, Zelda. So much so that there have been books written about just her, and currently two biopics in the works.

Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald by Therese Anne Fowler is one of the most well known chronicles of Zelda's life. Starting with their meeting in 1918 and following them through the jazz age, Fowler takes us on a journey we have only dreamed of before.

The book poses the age old question "Who is Zelda?" and by the end perhaps we'll have an answer.