Submitted by dwightstrut on 21 May 2014 - 9:45am
Why Green On Red front man Dan Stuart wanted to make music. Sort of. Dan takes a snapshot approach, tracing his journey from Tucson punk to New York psychiatric patient by providing a series of vignettes that are by turns hilarious and horrific. It's a bruising ride and you're not going to finish the book liking him, but if you were a fan of Green On Red back in the day or feel you would enjoy a brutally honest autobiography dressed up as a pack of lies, this is for you.
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Might appeal to people who enjoyed:
Green On Red, Dan Fante
One thing you've learned:
Dan thinks he's been faking it. He'll probably be a lot more comfortable in his own skin when he wises up to the fact that everybody else is too.