[Ebook] Go Now By Richard Hell – Snapchatlogin.us

Go Now On The Road With The Blank Generation, Go Now Takes Readers On A Wild Trip Across The Country And Into The Head Of A Down On His Luck Punk Musician Go Now Is A Vile, Scabrous, Unforgivable, And Deserving Of The Widest Possible Audience William Gibson.

[Ebook] Go Now  By Richard Hell – Snapchatlogin.us
  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Go Now
  • Richard Hell
  • English
  • 21 September 2017
  • 0684832771

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  1. says:

    I love Richard Hell, but what was that I picked this book up out of curiosity with practically NO expectations, but he proceeded to disappoint This was not a novel, it was Richard Hell s 170 page egomaniacal, misogynistic rave about drugs and his disturbing libido An embarrassing van...


  2. says:

    Like probably nearly anyone else who s read Richard Hell s fiction, I arrived via his work with Television and the Voidoids Simply put, while the man created some of the finest rock music of all time, his fiction fails to live up to this lofty standard I will definitely say that he possesses talent, it s just that he tends to employ it in this cheap ass way Ever been around a junkie who only talks about where they cop from, and when Now imagine a whole novel of that, and you ll soon realize Like probably nearly anyone else who s read Richard Hell s fiction, I arrived via his work with Television and the Voidoids Simply put, while the man created some of the finest rock ...


  3. says:

    The author, a Kentucky native who is a crack so to speak reader of Rimbaud, from whose UN SAISON D ENFER he took his name , an extraordinary musician, andformidable than you have ever guessed poet and novelist, now lives in New York, but given his border state roots, I often wonder why is he never among participants in Southern literary to dos Especially because Hell s wife a much less frightening role than that phrase might imply , Sheelagh Br The author, a Kentucky native who is a crack so to speak reader of Rimbaud, from whose UN SAISON D ENFER he took his name , an extraordinary musician, andformidable than you have ever guessed poet and novelist, now li...


  4. says:

    137 Go Now by Richard HellUnlikeable narrator, Billy, with too much dope and too much testosterone He is the leader of a band that never seems to rehearse and is having an affair with a high school student Then he is paired with a very young female photographer with who he has had a previous sexual relationship to go on a road trip in an old 1950s Dodge convertible classic car, which is the most interesting character in the story His chief concern is scoring drugs in each town, and seducing 137 Go Now by Richard HellUnlikeable narrator, Billy, with too much dope and too much testosterone He is the leader of a band that never seems to rehearse and is havin...


  5. says:

    Oohhhh as disappointing as his ego is large Sigh.I can t even begin to say where this falls apart It s a disaster He s obviously not professional material I bought this for cheap cuz I grew up listening to Neon Boys and Television Cuz I loved the New York punk scenethan anything when I was 15 I boug...


  6. says:

    Punk legend Richard Hell takes the reader on a whirlwind heroin fueled cross country trek Good but there are better books about dope out there.


  7. says:

    Self centred crap from a loser druggie Badly written and easily put down Go now I m gone.


  8. says:

    Richard Hell is probably best known as the singer and bass guitarist of the early punk band The Voidoids His novel Go Now, based on some of his own experiences, is like Jim Carroll s The Basketball Diaries and Irvine Welsh s Trainspotting in that it explores the social and psychological effects of heroin addiction The book is narrated by Billy, who often comments on how messed up he is both by junk and by rock and roll culture, and who gets himself into injurious situations, perhaps to prove t Richard Hell is probably best known as the singer and bass guitarist of the early punk band The Voidoids His novel Go Now, based on some of his own experiences, is like Jim Carroll s The Basketball Diaries and Irvine Welsh s Trainspotting in that it explores the social and psychological effects of heroin addiction The book is narrated by Billy, who often comments on how messed up he is both by junk and by rock and roll culture, and who gets himself into injurious situations, perhaps to prove to the reader and to himself how messed up he is.The book itself is messed up The narrative is as sex obsessed as Leonard Cohen, as drug focused as Jim Carroll However, instead of the religious imagery of these two writers, in Hell s novel we have an imagery that could be characterized as Baudrillardian, and refl...


  9. says:

    Originally posted at nice thing about my continued growth as an expert in Rock Fiction is that people send me books Go Now, Richard Hell s 1996 novel novella I didn t count the words is one of those books that showed up with a Random Act of BookCrossing Kindness I picked it up the other day because I needed a quickie read, and it was a skinny book How s that for prioritizing your stack of To Be Reads Richard Hell has been around music for a long time, mo Originally posted at nice thing about my continued growth as an expert in Rock Fiction is that people send me books Go Now, Richard Hell s 1996 novel novella I didn t count the words is one of those books that showed up with a Random Act of BookCrossing Kindness I picked it up the other day because I needed a quickie read, and it was a skinny book How s that for prioritizing your stack of To Be Reads Richard Hell has been around music for a long time, most notably as a founding member of the Voidoids He s also been around drugs for a long time No wonder they came together sort of in the Rock Fiction book, Go Now Actually, I d call thisof a Road Trip book than a work of Rock Fiction Sure, we re told Billy is in a band, but between the drugs and the adventure, we don t really see much in terms of music At most, I d call t...


  10. says:

    This was my read at work on my lunch break book, which means I only get to read about 20 minutes of it a day, 4 days a week That s pretty much all I could stomach of Go Now in any case I have an admitted issue with books music anything that glorifies drug use, so maybe that the problem Maybe it was that the protagonist is a sex fiend with an ego as large as my library I don t listen to punk music, but apparently the author is a big deal in the NYC punk scene Idk The book was terrible No This was my read at work on my lunch break book, which means I only get to read about 20 minutes of it a day, 4 days a week That s pretty much all I could stomach of Go Now in any case I have an admitted issue with books music anything that glorifies drug use, so maybe that the problem Maybe it was that the protagonist is a sex fiend with an ego as large as my library I don t listen to punk ...

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