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A review of the book say goodbye by lewis shiner

There have been a few pretenders like Elmore Leonard in Stay Cool, but he was already middle aged when Elvis broke onto the scene.

Say Goodbye is one of those tricky stories that gives you the ending first. You have to work your way back to the climatic moment like the movies Sunset Boulevard or Citizen Kane.

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An annealing process that either fuses the band together or it implodes under the gravity. His novels have a subtle elegance.

The diversion of a few hours of reading but then you realize more is going on in the story, you see subtexts just under the surface like a Nirvana song of verse chorus verse, raw but beautiful. He has a new book out www.

Say Goodbye: The Laurie Moss Story

It could have easily turned out schmaltzy but instead walked the line of endearing. The style was good, the characters believable and the writing engaging.

  • The format of the book itself plays into the obsessiveness that surrounds the pursuit of fame and the famous;
  • He has a new book out www;
  • Although somethings in the book were clearly dated, it was still an enjoyable read;
  • Oct 29, 2014 Jayaprakash Satyamurthy rated it really liked it An excellent look at what fame, and the proximity of fame does to people;
  • And Shiner is able to convey the realities of music making with an authenticity I've seen in few writers I'm a musician myself;
  • It was very much watching a realistic Behind the Music unfold.

It was very much watching a realistic Behind the Music unfold. Although somethings in the book were clearly dated, it was still an enjoyable read. Oct 29, 2014 Jayaprakash Satyamurthy rated it really liked it An excellent look at what fame, and the proximity of fame does to people.

The format of the book itself plays into the obsessiveness that surrounds the pursuit of fame and the famous. And Shiner is able to convey the realities of music making with an authenticity I've seen in few writers I'm a musician myself.

Jul 29, 2013 Geoff rated it it was amazing This was fantastic.

  • It's a good look into the behind-the-scenes of a young singer trying to find her fame and fortune;
  • Oct 05, 2015 Bamboozlepig rated it really liked it Took me a bit to get into this book, but once I did I enjoyed it;
  • It made me realize how much the last two Shiner books I read didn't come together, because this is his writing at its best;
  • Strong, vivid, and exceptionally easy book to navigate;
  • Nice read all the way around;
  • Oct 05, 2015 Bamboozlepig rated it really liked it Took me a bit to get into this book, but once I did I enjoyed it.

It made me realize how much the last two Shiner books I read didn't come together, because this is his writing at its best. Strong, vivid, and exceptionally easy book to navigate.

  1. The diversion of a few hours of reading but then you realize more is going on in the story, you see subtexts just under the surface like a Nirvana song of verse chorus verse, raw but beautiful. Nice read all the way around.
  2. Say Goodbye is one of those tricky stories that gives you the ending first. He has a new book out www.
  3. His novels have a subtle elegance.
  4. His novels have a subtle elegance.

Fantastic insider perspectives on the rock industry. Walks the line of cliche, but it has so much heart that nobody can complain about that.

Say Goodbye

Oct 05, 2015 Bamboozlepig rated it really liked it Took me a bit to get into this book, but once I did I enjoyed it. It's a good look into the behind-the-scenes of a young singer trying to find her fame and fortune.

Laurie's character was engaging and while I didn't like Skip Shaw, he was interesting enough and was a good foil for Laurie. Nice read all the way around.