Crit

Crit Notorious L A rock critic Gabe Sack is tired Tired of knee jerk cynicism Tired of hating everything on principle Tired of wrecking bands and relationships with his venom tipped tongue Tired of getting

  • Title: Crit
  • Author: Andrew Kiraly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Notorious L.A rock critic Gabe Sack is tired Tired of knee jerk cynicism Tired of hating everything on principle Tired of wrecking bands and relationships with his venom tipped tongue Tired of getting black eyes and fat lips from angry musicians.There s just one thing standing between him and retirement Las Vegas Gabe Sack s final assignment is a heart of darkness jNotorious L.A rock critic Gabe Sack is tired Tired of knee jerk cynicism Tired of hating everything on principle Tired of wrecking bands and relationships with his venom tipped tongue Tired of getting black eyes and fat lips from angry musicians.There s just one thing standing between him and retirement Las Vegas Gabe Sack s final assignment is a heart of darkness journey to the bright lights of Sin City, where he s supposed to pen a withering profile of a legendary lounge singer, Hambert Larkin But in that land of cheap fakes and grand illusions, Gabe discovers that Hambert Larkin is much than just a target for an easy hit piece In Las Vegas, Gabe realizes that redemption can come in the most unlikely places, that frauds and thieves can be saviors in disguise and that dive bar karaoke just might save your life Crit is the hilarious and heartbreaking story of what happens when a rock critic takes the ultimate gamble and reviews himself.

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    1. I really wish I liked this book more than I do. It's not that it's bad, it's just that it wasn't as good as I was hoping it would be. I feel really bad about that because I've met the author and he seems like such a super nice guy. Kiraly has a way with words, that's for sure. I really enjoyed his description and just the way he writes. He's really witty and smart with his word choices. Speaking of witty, I have to admit that one of the problems I had with the book is that the conversation betwe [...]

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