Edward Armstead has lived much of his life in the shadow of his famous media lord father. When his father dies, he leaves a will that makes it nearly impossible. The Almighty has ratings and 46 reviews. Jacob said: This novel is like a bad script to a cliché film about lust, power, media, and treachery. It h. A stunning novel about a man so obsessed with power that he is driven to terrorizing, terrifying manipulation of people, news headlines and world events.
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That's the novel, signed, sealed the almighty irving wallace delivered for you. Edward's determination to exceed his father drives him to embark on two obssesive quiests - to make the New York Reporter the number one nerwspaper in the city - and the the world - and to make his father's young mistress his own.
In a swiftly paced and prescient story reaching out of Manhattan into the inner circles of power in England, France, Spain, Switzerland, and Isarael, a growing wave of violence gives the publisher sensational headlines, exclusive to the Record, that turn Armstead into a media legend almost overnight.
As Weston begins to believe his own hype, considering himself media's 'Almighty', a young, prize-winning the almighty irving wallace reporter on his staff, Victoria Weston, begins to suspect that someone is manipulating front-page news.
Irving Wallace - Wikipedia
After an unsatisfying stint in Hollywood, he devoted himself full-time to writing books. He published his first non-fiction work inThe Fabulous Originals, and his first fiction offering, The Sins of Philip Fleming, in The latter, ignored by critics, was followed by the enormously successful The Chapman The almighty irving wallace.
Wallace published 33 books during his lifetime, translated into 31 languages.