No One Bought Kendall and Kylie Jenner's Terrible Dystopian Sci-Fi NovelA nice lesson for teenage Kardashian daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner might be that it's fun to explore your passions without consideration for subsequent monetary gain. Perhaps that's the takeaway from the news that the teens' dystopian sci-fi novel, Rebels: City of Indra , sold approximately 0 copies. According to Nielsen BookScan data obtained by Radar , the book that the Jenner girls didn't exactly write has sold just 13, copies since it went on sale in June. Comparatively speaking, reality star Lauren Conrad's novels sold about , copies each in the first year. Perhaps people aren't interested in Rebels: City of Indra because Kendall and Kylie admitted upfront it's based on a movie that doesn't exist. The pair told Good Morning America , "We were saying, if we were to do a movie, like, what would we wanna do? Like, if we were to be in it, like, what movie would we wanna be in?
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By MailOnline Reporter. They have branched their reality show stardom off into more entrepreneurial endeavors. But Kendall and Kylie Jenner's latest venture hasn't exactly worked out. Scroll down for video. According to data from the Nielsen BookScan obtained by Radar Online , the sci-fi novel has sold a mere 13, copies since its release. In comparison, fellow reality star Lauren Conrad's two novels sold close to , copies in about a year after publication.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner are set to gift the world with their own brand of literature once again. But their journey is just the beginning. They will have to face an ancient prophecy that calls them the long-awaited "twin saviors," destined to save their city of Indra and all of its people. Now, in Time of the Twins , you'll learn how these sisters struggle to get to know each other and deal with their fate," Kylie said of the new book. It's been so fun to tell their story and we are excited to share it with our fans. Ah, yes, the fans. Will they actually buy it?
Skip navigation! Kylie and Kendall Jenner should probably stick to their day jobs. Three months ago, the entrepreneurial sisters released a YA dystopian fantasy novel called Rebels: City of Indra. It hasn't gone so well. The book was eviscerated by the few critics who decided it was worthy of a review, and its ghostwriter, Maya Sloan, has faced some backlash for the odd collaboration. Now Radar has learned that the book's sales have been anemic as well.
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Kylie spoke about the novel, saying "The fans seem to love it. I think we wanted to make Lex more like me and Livia more like Kendall, and they kind of evolved into their own characters. Publishers Weekly gave a positive review: "Details about the two worlds the girls inhabit are creative, though the plot that emerges after they meet is rather predictable. Even so, abundant action — including a hair-pulling fight, a high-speed chase on flying machines, and an attack by hideous beings known as 'mutations' — provides momentum. Unresolved conflicts set the scene for the next installment. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.