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From the twisted mind of Jerzy Kosinski, a novel of kink and consequences set in the turbulent world of 1970s rock music excess.
 
Jerzy Kosinski’s bestselling novel Pinball, which he wrote for George Harrison, is a rock ‘n’ roll mystery centered on a superstar named Goddard who has, despite his success, managed to keep his identity a secret, even from his closest friends. But a beautiful young woman, obsessed with finding Goddard, stalks him relentlessly, driven by a secret goal that justifies all means.
 
Ricocheting with humor and bursting with erotic intensity, Pinball is a game as intricate, unpredictable, suspenseful, and complex as life.
 
Pinball is classic Kosinski.” —Chicago Tribune
 
“Kosinski has created a suspenseful, readable, and unsentimental tale that showcases his love for and knowledge of music and examines the nature of fame and success and the frightening alienation and violence it often spawns.” —Library Journal

GÉNERO
Ficción y literatura
PUBLICADO
2007
diciembre 1
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
310
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Grove Atlantic
VENDEDOR
OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
TAMAÑO
6.9
MB

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