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Noble McCloud is a twenty-seven year-old, college graduate who lives with his father in a wealthy New Jersey suburb. He avidly listens to music. It's the only thing he does, and while doing so he transports himself to warmer climates with warmer women. Although the town is wealthy, he lives with his father in a relatively poor section. He is jobless and broke, until one afternoon, while daydreaming about heading West, he decides to pick up the electric guitar and make it as a professional musician.
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Harvey Havel's debut novel is an imaginative, skillful, and well-crafted work of literature that captures the life of a young, out-of-work alcoholic and his confrontation with the real world. Havel did an excellent job describing in vivid and realistic detail his main character's life and the suburban New Jersey community he is a part of. His use of language is outstanding. We recommend this book to all those who, at one time or another, had the courage to dream of becoming a person greater than themselves and breaking free of the community which holds him.From the Author:
Harvey Havel is a freelance writer and novelist. Previously a journalist, Havel is a former staff member of the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and CBS News Radio. Twenty-eight years old, Havel earned his M.F.A. in creative writing from Massachusetts' Emerson College and has a B.A. in Public Policy from Trinity College (CT).
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Book Description First Amendment Press International Company, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0967008158
Book Description First Amendment Pr Intl Co, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0967008158