Big Bang

Free Read Big Bang - by David Bowman - Big Bang, Big Bang Set in the s this epic Warholian novel presents a brilliant and wholly original take on the years leading up to the Kennedy assassination Where were you when you first heard President Kennedy h

  • Title: Big Bang
  • Author: David Bowman
  • ISBN: 0316560235
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Hardcover

Free Read Big Bang - by David Bowman - Big Bang, Big Bang Set in the s this epic Warholian novel presents a brilliant and wholly original take on the years leading up to the Kennedy assassination Where were you when you first heard President Kennedy h

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  • My Sixth Grade class was in the library that Friday afternoon when Mr Saffronoff led us back through Northwood Elementary School s ancient hallways to our classroom We were being let out of school early The president had been shot As I walked home alone down the tree lined street I was filled with vague and unsettling fears Was America vulnerable and unprotected without the president It would be years before I revisited the America I grew up in, hoping to understand as an adult the events My Six [...]


  • First and foremost I would like to thank Netgalley for allowing me to review this novel This being the lengthy tome by David Bowman who chronicles all of the happenings leading up to the deadly assassination of John F Kennedy Some things are true in this book, but it is woven in with satirical wit and sarcasm at every turn.This was somewhat of a difficult book to get through since everything was just kind of scattered everywhere There was no chronology, and the chapters announced a different Fir [...]


  • I m only partway through it, but it s a powerhouse of rich gossipy historical fiction 1950s , finding the connections between disparate characters and events from Jimi Hendrix s introduction to the blues to E Howard Hunt s invasion of Guatemala Plus, of course, the Kennedys and their paramours It s a tour de force of research, writing, and imagination, and it should share the shelf with Tom Wolfe and Hunter S Thompson.



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