The Krottkey Chronicles



The Krottkey Chronicles So Many Things to Say examines the relationships among a group of young people in Austin, Texas in the early 1980s In those days the Lone Star States capital city hummed with creative energy At the University of Texas, Michael Dell cobbled together computers in his dormitory room An earnest young Paul Begala ran for student body president, losing a close race to a giant purple cartoon character called Hank the Hallucination Stevie Ray Vaughan played nightly in the clubs downtown and Louis Black and Nick Barbaro published the first thin issues of their alternative press biweekly, the Austin Chronicle This is the backdrop for So Many Things to Say While they deal with the pressures of college, sexuality, and a dismally unsuccessful bout of radical politics, Duncan McCaffrey, Gilbert Ochoa, and their or less destitute friends fight and laugh and fall just a little in love A funny, wistful story about growing up and reaching out, So Many Things to Say is for anyone who s ever felt, in the words of Bruce Springsteen, so weak I just wanna explode Note As of 10 14 05, a portion of all royalties on sales of So Many Things to Say will go to Austin s Save Our Springs Alliance, which works to preserve the clean water of Barton Springs and the Edwards Aquifer. New Download [ The Krottkey Chronicles ] Author [ Bruce McCandless III ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 246 pages
  • The Krottkey Chronicles
  • Bruce McCandless III
  • English
  • 12 September 2018
  • 1441580263

10 thoughts on “The Krottkey Chronicles

  1. Pineywood Reader says:

    OK I agree it was funny at times, and I developed a grudging affection for the main characters, but I had a hard time relating to the central bromance in this book, since each of the bromancers Gilbert, Stewart, and Duncan had some pretty unattractive characteristics I did like the general atmosphere of poverty and unwashed sheets set against the passion of the students for knowledge, self discovery, revolution, etc All in all, a fun read, but maybe better for someone who actually practice OK I agree it was funny at times, and I developed a grudging affection for the main characters, but I had a hard time relating to the central bromance in this book, since each of the bromancers Gilbert, Stewart, and Duncan had some pretty unattractive characteristics I did like the general atmosphere of poverty and unwashed sheets set against the passion of the students for knowledge, self discovery, revolution, etc All in all, a fun read, but maybe better for someone who actually practiced basic per...

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