Washed-up, guitar shop-owning former rock star wakes up one morning and… Possibly the best summary of this is novel the one I read which proposed it to be somewhere between Franz Kafka and Frank Zappa. Multitudinous diversions tempt the reader into thinking he (or she) has finally got a handle on where the story is going, only for the latest tangent to be revealed as yet another in a seeming trawlerful of red herrings. Almost an anthology of scenes from the same movie, but shot by a number of different directors, our (anti) hero lures us into rooting for him to somehow win out, even as his prospects of doing so diminish perceptibly by chapter.
Length of Read:Medium
Might appeal to people who enjoyed…
High Fidelity, Catch 22, The Twilight Zone, Zabriskie Point.
One thing you’ve learned
There’s such a thing as a Fender Nocaster.