Monday, November 05, 2018

Review of Timothy Denevi's "Freak Kingdom"

Truthdig posted my review of Timothy Denevi's new book on Hunter Thompson. Essentially, Denevi follows Thompson's personal and professional life from the Kennedy assassination to Nixon's resignation. That's a canny way to frame Thompson's peak period. As you can see from the review, I enjoyed the book on several levels. Very worthwhile.

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At 11:02 AM , Blogger Frank P. Barajas said...

As a logophile, I enjoyed reading Thompson's Strange Rumblings in Aztlan, Hell's Angels, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas this past summer. He is socko!

I hope I can get to Denevi's bio of him soon.

Peace,

frank

 

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