Hymn California

Hymn California Adam Gnade
  • Title: Hymn California
  • Author: Adam Gnade
  • ISBN: 9781934620755
  • Page: 140
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      Published :2020-05-18T21:30:25+00:00

    About Adam Gnade


    1. Adam Gnade s guh nah dee work is released as a series of books and talking songs that share characters and themes the fiction writing continuing plot lines left open by the self described talking songs in an attempt to compile a vast, detailed, interconnected, personal history of contemporary American life His books and talking records are released by Pioneers Press and Three One G.


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    1. I promised myself I wouldn t review my friends work any but goddamn they keep putting out good stuff and fuckit, 2009 is all about winning Hymn California is the debut book by musician Adam Gnade and it spreads in Mark Twain like episodes and anecdotes from San Diego Golden Hills, Pacific Beach throughout the state and across the country Many times Back and forth But don t believe it drags, no no, it moves, this book here, and at times races from coast to coast, and to that effect Gnade s writin [...]

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    2. Adam Gnade s debut novel, Hymn California, is a dizzying recollection of seamlessly aimless cross county wanderings The summations of this work gives glimpses into humankind s most integral information we re animals so don t be afraid to act on your instincts.The overall story is reminiscent of a slightly less drug induced Kerouac, fueled by an avid admiration for alcohol If you are in need for the long lost whimsy of youth and need some inspiration for your next cross country road trip, you jus [...]

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    3. still trying to figure this one as to whether or not i enjoyed it this is another rambling book told in short vignettes about people who have either given up on or are deliberately trying to live outside of society s constraints.unlike dharma bums, on the road, less than zero, or bright lights big city there seems to be real reason for pushing the characters to this which made the whole B.E.E nihilistic ranting about empty lives, drug addiction isnt so bad if you ve already reached bottom, we st [...]

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    4. youngin hobo culture of the ditch and road signed pabulous meets giant custard rolls in motion, jerky scorched flesh, epileptic face plants, overgrown pet lobsters the cries of baby bunnies, booksongs, sour wine, paperdoll mouse eulogies, dead ends, unwashed locks, high dives most are too timid to topple, the ghosts of future memories and heat halted hour hands forever imprinted on imagined optimistic postcards without morals and or rules.

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    5. Really interesting read sometimes it flowed by and other times felt very dense A lot of the prose has a poetry like quality, similar to Oscar Wilde in some ways though content wise it s quite different Would probably make an awesome summer read while on a road trip or something Wish I had some Spanish under my belt, though, as most sections written in it aren t translated.

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    6. Uneven at times, but there are sections of this book that are absolutely crushing and will likely remain with me for decades to come.

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