Adrian Flodden, 23, Is Crazy For Heavy Metal, Literature, And For Women Of 30 Although The Latter Pose A Predicament Rather Than Bring Contentment While His Articles On A Magazine Draw Attention To His Favourite Writers, It Is By Hosting A Radio Show In College That He Either Upsets Or Uplifts His Audience Due To The Thoughts He Vents And The Songs He Plays To Back These Up Well, The Music Of Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath, Scorpions, Deep Purple And Mot Rhead Among Loads Of Loud Bands Might Not Be The Answer To His Problems, But It Certainly Helps Adrian And His Friends To Make Better Sense Of Everyday Life STARGAZER A Rock Satire Is The Portrait Of Society As Seen From The Angle Of A Subculture That Reflects It, Notwithstanding Such Society Rejects Anything Off Its Boundaries A Tale That Does Not Defy But Mocks At Conventions, Denouncing The Absurdity Of What Most People Pin On Those Who Embrace Heavy Metal.This First Volume Of The STARGAZER Series Won The Gold Medal In The Humour Comedy Category Of The Global Ebook Awards 2013.Order Your Copy Now At Kobo ITunes Barnes And Noble Lulu Smashwords ScribdStargazer

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  • Kindle Edition
  • Stargazer
  • Ricardo Jasso Moedano
  • English
  • 26 October 2017

10 thoughts on “Stargazer

  1. says:

    This book contains multiple things I love The main character uses literature and music references in his everyday life in the genre of satire The main character Adrian Flodden is living out the life of a 23 year old college student From his multiple lady friends , his writing, college radio show, and just hanging with this friends, there is never a boring moment Great book For fans of heavy metal music, literature, or the genre satire this is a book for you My only concern was the extensi...

  2. says:

    Cuando le este libro hace un par de a os, le lo que muchos Heavys sienten y viven , la vida con la m sica de fondo que vivimos, las rolas o las letras que vienen a la mente en nuestro diario caminar y las bandas que tantos nos han acompa ado, una novela incre ble.

  3. says:

    This was a surprisingly entertaining book Ricardo Moedano has crafted a unique picture of a heavy metal fan at his finest Think of it as High Fidelity meets Almost Famous meetsHunter S Thompson I don t know there s not really a good comparison to describe this work It s unique and unlike something you ll find every day.Adrian Flodden is the main character in this book He s your typical metal fan partying as much as he can, chasing as many girls as he can, and living it up with the music as much as he can Not the sort of character I can relate to But, after reading, you start to emphasize with Adrian and actually care about his story All credit to the author on that In the hands of a lesser writer, Adrian could easily be a forgettable character, but here, he s the exact opposite.In another unique twist, each chapter has a title based on songs or albums, and there is a discography provided at the end ...

  4. says:

    Lo viviste , eso que pasa cuando eres chaval y todav a no sabes que onda con Tu vida, Te gusta esto y lo otro pero no te vas por un camino fijo, entonces un d a por simple coincidencia del destino te topas con algo que Te acompa a en todas Tus an cdotas y se vuelve Tu Soundtrack personal, as es como Adri n Flodden nos cue...

  5. says:

    An entertaining book about heavy metal stars and the people who love them In Stargazer, Ricardo Moedano talks about a life many people only dream of being a rock star The characters are very believable and I was pulled in from the very beginning.The ...

  6. says:

    En este libro encontr una deliciosa compilaci n de canciones que suenan a lo largo de la historia, la cual, centra especial atenci n sobre Adri n Flodden, un chico situado al comienzo de la primera veintena de la vida y quien se encuentra en una constante enso aci n entre dos mundos, y no me refiero al hecho de que sea un consumidor de sustancias que alteren sint ticamente la qu mica de su cerebro, no, nada que ver, basta con que disponga del CD de alguna banda cl sica de heavy metal para que sincronice la letra de una de las canciones con alg n suceso de su presente, tal como un soundtrack que encaja ideal y perfectamente para darle sentido y ser una segunda voz que corea la narraci n de sus aventuras.El autor se apoya de una basta librer a musical que mantiene como un acervo casi de museo, lo que a su vez, lo enaltece como alguien con una excelente memoria y con ello, dota al relato de datos espec ficos sobre lbumes, a os de grabaci n, giras y conformaciones de las bandas de una forma muy cuidadosa y con una especial selecci n para enmarcar, a la par, una narraci n muy ligera pero no por ello escatimada de una m...

  7. says:

    Rock stars, lovers of those rock stars, and anyone else will love Stargazers even Mr Alice Cooper himself owns a copy Stargazers, unlike its subtitle indicates, is not a rock satire It s a great rock satire It reads a bit like The Great Gatsby in both writing style and theme the lead character is a bit shallow and flits from woman to woman, but this work is much better than Gatsby To be honest, I hated The Great Gatsby, and all through the book I was wondering what made it so great But that is another story, and another review Back to this one.I find it humorous Moedano has two lead characters by the name of Ad ok, both nicknames , and it reminds me of my own book series wherein two prominent characters share a first name One of the Ad s is Adrian Flodden, a 23 year old college student DJ whose only two aims in life are chasing older women and blasting classic heavy metal songs as loud as possible, and at every other available opportunity he is spouting statistics of said bands such as song titles, lyrics, album names and covers, and so on.Though not exactly a rock opera on paper, Ricardo Moedano successfully weaves rock albums and song titles in and out of the story A reader c...

  8. says:

    Ricardo Moedano s Stargazer is an entertaining look at heavy metal fandom While that particular music has never been my preferred genre, the parallels between Moedano s characters and any other music fandom are apt.Moedano s protagonist, Adrian Flodden, is a metal fan, sci fi columnist and disc jockey with lady friend problems than he needs to say the least He s got women with crushes on him, and vice versa He s trying to avoid running afoul of one lady friend s husband a man with a propensity for violence all while trying to stay entertained at the local club and by listening to music.Chapter titles are based on albums or songs Moedano provides a discography at the end of the book and seem to fit well.The book was translated from Spanish, so there are some occasional grammar gaffes However, for the most part I found it entertaining The vocabulary and pacing reminded me in a positi...

  9. says:

    I recently finished reading two Nick Hornby books and when I saw that this book was favorably compared to Hornby s High Fidelity I knew I had to read it I grew up during the heyday of heavy metal and I love literature so it was as if this book was written just for me.Ricardo Jasso Moedano has written an entertaining book with authentic, interesting characters I found myself getting lost in this world and I was sad to leave it at the end of the book Moedano has a unique writer s voice and an obvious devotion...

  10. says:

    Really a great read I can safely say that I have never read anything like this before, but am so glad I decided to give it a try.The main character, Adrian, is pure Rock and Roll He is what I define as a man from the height of the rock and roll ere.The author takes you through his l...

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