Scott Alarik's new book "Revival: A Folk Music Novel"

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Scott Alarik's new book "Revival: A Folk Music Novel"

Postby KarenZ » Tue Aug 09, 2011 9:30 am

Folks,

The sounds like this will be a must-read for us all! According to Amazon, the novel will be published Sept. 16, 2011. I think we should resurrect the discussion board book club! :-)

There has never been a novel like this, a love story set in the subterranean world of modern folk music. Talented, charismatic songwriter Nathan Warren lost his chance at stardom years ago, and now sees his life as waste and ruin. Kit Palmer is young, beautiful, and explosively gifted, but her dreams are also doomed unless she can keep from falling apart on stage. They travel the Boston folk scene as lovers and artists, through basement clubs and funky jam sessions, rowdy open mikes and sprawling festivals, seeking stardom for one and redemption for the other.


Scott Alarik's new folk music novel "Revival: A Folk Music Novel"

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Re: Scott Alarik's new book "Revival: A Folk Music Novel"

Postby Patti » Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:03 pm

Yes, that will be a good read. I know Scott will be appearing at Stone SOup on October 15th to do a book talk that night along with a Christine Lavin concert.. :P
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