Two years aft the theatrical merchandise of the movie, director and writer Quentin Tarantino has turned the communicative into a novel.
"Hollywood 1969 ... You shoulda been there!" is the tagline of the book, which looks similar a pulp novel.
"Once Upon a Time successful Hollywood," the book, is 400 pages and follows overmuch of the movie's dialog and screenplay, but it besides features immoderate caller elements.
The movie's ending, featuring Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) facing the Manson family, is successful the opening of the book.
Tarantino besides delves deeper into Manson and his beingness and expands the communicative to research much of the country successful Los Angeles astatine that time.
HarperCollins, which published the book, describes it arsenic "Quentin Tarantino's long-awaited archetypal enactment of fabrication -- astatine erstwhile hilarious, delicious, and brutal -- is the ever surprising, sometimes shocking caller caller based connected his Academy Award-winning film."