"This is a highly unusual book in both format and delivery. The humor is wonderfully dry and thick ... The writing moves well and is alive with cultural reference and color ... A strong start for Blair Evans as a promising new author." - SelfPublishingReview
"The themes of sex and pornography [...] are conveyed, like the protagonist himself, with ever-changing tones from poignant to humorous to violent and angry. THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED offers sex, subculture, some perceptive observations and fervently charged moments in one man’s journey to rediscover the music in his life." - IndieReader
Genre: Literary Fiction. Psychological/Surrealist. NOT Adult, P0rn or Er0tica.
What happens to a musician when Music dies?
The Day the Music Died is a story of a young man's loss of the only thing in his life he had ever truly loved - music. Academia and mainstream culture (read: 'Bullshit') have destroyed it and subverted it to the point where great music can be hidden from society and nonsense can pass for greatness. For the next ten years, void of any centering influence in his life, Cameron Forsyth lives in a life of delusion and make believe; looking within himself in order to decipher the difference between talent, inspiration and acts of sheer chance, in the hope that he may resolve what was to him an event tantamount to musical deicide.
A divide soon appears between reality and Cameron's reinvention of events and the world around him.
Contains references to pornography, sexual violence, prostitution, schizophrenia and male-to-female gender dysphoria. There's something in it for everyone to hate.Vom Verlag:
What happens to the mind of a musician when Music dies?
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