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Chip Rock and the Fat Old Fart: CHIP ROCK, #1

Chip Rock and the Fat Old Fart: CHIP ROCK, #1

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Lunghezza: 581 pagine8 ore

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       CHIP ROCK and the FAT OLD FART tells the story of the comic and poignant friendship between 23 year old Chip Rock and a 55 year old, socially-shocking meat cutter, Deacon O'Dell. FAT OLD FART explores the glue which binds together imperfect families and flawed friendships.

       The novel is set in the fictional and crumbling SoCal beach town of No Palms. The town itself - with all its quirks and changes -- is as much a character as Chip or Deacon or anyone else.

       This is a coming-of-age story about Chip and a coming-of-old-age awakening for Deacon. A spree of events teaches the orphan Chip how families are born not only by blood, but also through friendship, workplace, and neighborhoods. From No Palms to Mexico, their adventure and struggle brings together a vastly different collection of people, building into a surprising and very emotional ending which none of them expect.

      Author Michael Daswick won both of Columbia's prestigious literary awards: The Bennett Cerf Memorial Prize for Fiction and The Cornell Woolrich Fellowship for Creative Writing. He lives in Scottsdale with his wife Kim and family.

 

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Chip Rock and the Fat Old Fart: CHIP ROCK, #1

Azioni libro

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Informazioni sul libro

Chip Rock and the Fat Old Fart: CHIP ROCK, #1

Lunghezza: 581 pagine8 ore

Descrizione

       CHIP ROCK and the FAT OLD FART tells the story of the comic and poignant friendship between 23 year old Chip Rock and a 55 year old, socially-shocking meat cutter, Deacon O'Dell. FAT OLD FART explores the glue which binds together imperfect families and flawed friendships.

       The novel is set in the fictional and crumbling SoCal beach town of No Palms. The town itself - with all its quirks and changes -- is as much a character as Chip or Deacon or anyone else.

       This is a coming-of-age story about Chip and a coming-of-old-age awakening for Deacon. A spree of events teaches the orphan Chip how families are born not only by blood, but also through friendship, workplace, and neighborhoods. From No Palms to Mexico, their adventure and struggle brings together a vastly different collection of people, building into a surprising and very emotional ending which none of them expect.

      Author Michael Daswick won both of Columbia's prestigious literary awards: The Bennett Cerf Memorial Prize for Fiction and The Cornell Woolrich Fellowship for Creative Writing. He lives in Scottsdale with his wife Kim and family.

 

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