The King of Good Intentions



A Jangly Los Angeles Pop Band Trying To Make The Big Time Is Led By A Somewhat Misanthropic But Well Intentioned Substitute Teacher In This Fresh, Wry Novel As The Narrator Winds His Way Through The Travails Of The Public School System And The Unwieldy Music Scene, His Good Intentions Threaten To Get The Better Of Him And Bring Down All He S Hoped To Achieve In Music, In Love, And In Life.The King of Good Intentions

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[Epub] ➢ The King of Good Intentions  ➣ John Andrew Fredrick – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The King of Good Intentions
  • John Andrew Fredrick
  • English
  • 03 October 2017
  • 1880985659

10 thoughts on “The King of Good Intentions

  1. says:

    According to the blurb, The King of Good Intentions is set in Los Angeles in the early 90s and chronicles the early days of an indie band as they meet, practice, make their first record, and get their first break big gig Although, really, this is only half the story A picaresque novel if you re one of those people who lives and dies by whether Wikipedia says its true or not, then Wikipedia says this of that a novel that depicts, in realistic and often humorous detail, the adventures of According to the blurb, The King of Good Intentions is set in Los Angeles in the early 90s and chronicles the early days of an indie band as they meet, practice, make their first record, and get their first break big gig Although, really, this is only half the story A picaresque novel if you re one of those people who lives and dies by whether Wikipedia says its true or not, then Wikipedia says this of that a novel that depicts, i...

  2. says:

    Imagine if Ignatius Reilly from A Confederacy of Dunces post hotdog stand, post pants factory lived in Los Angeles to pursue a dream of being in a band Weed, beer runs, babes, the Goth babes of other bandmates and hilarious caricatures of L...

  3. says:

    Hysterical A must read.

  4. says:

    A witty, very funny story narrated by a denizen of the early 90s LA indie rock scene, The King of Good Intentions knows its milieu quite well, since its author, John Andrew Fredrick, has led the LA based indie rock band the Black Watch since the late 80s Given that fact, and because the narrator s called John, it s hard not to read this as a bit of a roman clef treble for girl trouble, bass for base intentions inopportunely acted out while our narrator Johnthan once tells us we A witty, very funny story narrated by a denizen of the early 90s LA indie rock scene, The King of Good Intentions knows its milieu quite well, since its author, John Andrew Fredrick, has led the LA based indie rock band the Black Watch since the late 80s Given that fact, and because the narrator s called John, it s hard not to read this as a bit of a roman clef treble for girl trouble, bass for base intentions inopportunely acted out while our narrator Johnthan once tells us we can t trust him and that he is, sometimes, a bit of a dick and he is, sometimes, a bit of a dick Alongside the humor, though, we get some brightly poetic and emotively charged descriptions of the early stages of a love affair Fredrick perfectly cuts a tendency toward the purple and recondite with judiciously placed goofball dude slang and t...

  5. says:

    Expressive, Dramatic, Tender, Brutal, Sweet, and Disarmingly Funny A Must Read It s hard to stop reading when the pages run out Can t wait for the second part

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