Do you hate chick-lit? Floren Felvturn does. And in her own words, most romantic novels featuring well-meaning British dames couldn't organize a piss-up in a brewery. Cry On Cue introduces the anti chick-lit genre with rebellious zest. Through the demented narration of Floren Felvturn, a virginal nymphomaniac ordered to undergo court-ordered therapy, the novel savagely parodies romantic cliches, psychological healing, and all but destroys the familiar concept of a single Brit looking for love in all the wrong places. The book is edited by the controversial author of "Attempted Rapture", Mitchell Warren. Somehow, after listening to hours of conversational rambling and reading thousands of pages of meandering rhapsodies, Warren has taken Floren's traumatic memories and manic delusions and formed them into a coherent novel. And as you can see, for the creation of this book the authoress insisted that a hamster be placed prominently on the cover. An act of madness or the pinnacle of rational thought?