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Scowl This book offers a lifetime of interviews with the pop music phenom known to the world as Scowl They were conducted by longtime confidante and journalist, Ralph Bonaparte The interviews begin in 1957, right after one of Scowl s early rock n roll concerts in Los Angeles, and they end in 2001, just prior to one of his sold out retrospective shows in Las Vegas These vibrant and compelling interviews cover Scowl s entire remarkable life from his exuberant years as a young man to his thoughtful years as an adult They reveal the heart and soul of a talented, beloved, and flawed American entertainer who, like the rest of us, learned as he lived. Best Read Scowl Author Mark Lages For Kindle ePUB or eBook – girlnailart.us

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  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • Scowl
  • Mark Lages
  • 16 February 2017
  • 1728308828

10 thoughts on “Scowl

  1. says:

    A marvelous read of lives we learn to care for and events we relate to Events that lead the main character to profound insights through life, love and tragedy.

  2. says:

    Scowl is an amazing book It s the biography of a man who lived life in the spotlight He made some good choices and some bad choices Scowl was just a person.Also, by the end of the first chapter, I was a little afraid I wouldn t be able to read it all the way through because Bonaparte asks Scowl, outright, if he is a Christian Scowl answered that he was raised as a Christian At first, I kept expecting to read how horrible Scowl was at being a Christian Didn t happen Scowl is a man living i Scowl is an amazing book It s the biography of a man who lived life in the spotlight He made some good choices and some bad choices Scowl was just a person.Also, by the end of the first chapter, I was a little afraid I wouldn t be able to read it all the way through because Bonaparte asks Scowl, outright, if he is a Christian Scowl answered that he was raised as a Christian At fir...

  3. says:

    I was originally contacted by the author for a request to review in providing an honest account of what I ve read and I m so glad he reached out as I accepted the request immediately without a moments hesitation.This book will make you forget that it s truly a work of fiction as it s so reality driven, so thoughtful, so thorough in its concepts and ideas, so believable in the interviews that I truly never read anything quite like this before and it was truly captivating.It begins with a brief in I was originally contacted by the author for a request to review in providing an honest account of what I ve read and I m so glad he reached out as I accepted the request immediately without a moments hesitation.This book will make you forget that it s truly a work of fiction as it s so reality driven, so thoughtful, so thorough in its concepts and ideas, so believable in the interviews that I truly never rea...

  4. says:

    One of the most impressive attributes about the author Mark Lages is that while you think you are reading an intriguing story about the life of one of his amazing characters by the end of his books you realize that he has made you think about your own life and decisions and compromises you have made throughout your own life.Scowl i...

  5. says:

    The basis for the story is a young reporter Ralph Bonaparte gets selected by a young rising star musician Scowl to do exclusive interviews with him These interviews cover over 5 decades from 1957 to 2001 The interviews turn into a deep look inside Scowl including his success, troubles, insight and a deep look at things we all face in our lives Things we wish we would have done, things we wish we did not do This story has a depth to it that Mark Lages produces so well The book makes you The basis for the story is a young reporter Ralph Bonaparte gets selected by a young rising star musician Scowl to do exclusive interviews with him These interviews cover over 5 decades from 1957 to 2001 The interviews turn into a deep look inside Scowl including his success, troubles, insight and a deep look at things we all face in our lives Things we wish we would have done, things we wish we did not do This story has a depth to it that Mark Lages produces so well The book...

  6. says:

    I mistakenly thought I wouldn t get through all these interviews because I have trouble getting through that question and answer format in magazines like Vanity Fair, so I was scowling when I first opened the book to read However, the scowl went away and I found myself enjoying reading the interviews, especially since they began in the 1950s and were very nos...

  7. says:

    When I first learned what this book was about, I was skeptical for a couple of reasons First, the idea of writing about a man solely through a lifetime of interviews seemed I little weird, and maybe a little boring Second, who in the heck wants to read about another stupid rock star But I have to admit that I was truly surprised This is a great little book I was thoroughly entertained the whole way through This is another wonderful accomplishment for Mr Lages, who just never ceases to ama When I first learned what this book was about, I was skeptical for a couple of reasons First, the idea of writing about a man solely through a lifetime of interviews seemed I little weird, and maybe a little boring Second, who in the heck wants to read about another stupid rock s...

  8. says:

    What a perfect way to present the life and times of a popular artist What could beappropriate than to have the story told through a lifetime of newspaper and magazine interviews I loved this concept, and I loved every square inch of this book, from Scowl s continuous search for his artistic voice to his all too human failings in his personal life, especially as a father This book is inspiring, encouraging, and interesting and at the same time it buckles under the weight of certain hum What a perfect way to present the life and times of a popular artist What could beappropriate than to have the story told through a lifetime of newspaper and magazine interviews I loved this concept, and I loved every square inch of this book, from Scowl s continuous search for his artistic voice to his all too human failings in his personal life, especially as a father...

  9. says:

    I found Scowl to be an engaging and interesting read and quite different than expected The author, Mark Lages has creatively utilized the format of a series of interviews to spin this latest tale I and I should have known better had expected aclipped, drier read and was pleasantly surp...

  10. says:

    Oh my goodness one of the best books I have read in a very long time Thank you friend for the awesome read Love, love this book I think it was in the house all of 3 days when I finished it A total cant put it down type of book.

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