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Scowl: The Bonaparte Interviews This Book Offers A Lifetime Of Interviews With The Pop Music Phenom Known To The World As Scowl They Were Conducted By Longtime Confidante And Journalist, Ralph Bonaparte The Interviews Begin In , Right After One Of Scowl S Early Rock N Roll Concerts In Los Angeles, And They End In , Just Prior To One Of His Sold Out Retrospective Shows In Las Vegas These Vibrant And Compelling Interviews Cover Scowl S Entire Remarkable Life From His Exuberant Years As A Young Man To His Thoughtful Years As An Adult They Reveal The Heart And Soul Of A Talented, Beloved, And Flawed American Entertainer Who, Like The Rest Of Us, Learned As He Lived

10 thoughts on “Scowl: The Bonaparte Interviews

  1. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Scowl is the second book I have read by Mark Lages, and while this one differs greatly from Little Blue Whistle in terms of the plot, the inspiring and meaningful themes are still carried over just as well Following a famous rock musician through his life in the height of rock n roll, readers come to know Scowl as the person behind the m

  2. Bradley Bradley says:

    I really didn t know what to expect when I started reading this, but apart from me starting out slightly bemused and enjoying a trip down history s lane, I was simply tempted to start supplying my own knowledge of David Bowie and the Beatles and Elvis and the Beach Boys and maybe a little Pink Floyd and ride the nostalgic music wave.This is written

  3. Tami Bussing Tami Bussing says:

    A marvelous read of lives we learn to care for and events we relate to Events that lead the main character to profound insights through life, love and tragedy.

  4. Kendra Morgan Kendra Morgan says:

    Scowl is an amazing book It s the biography of a man who lived life in the spotlight He made some good choices and some bad choices Scowl was just a person.Also, by the end of the first chapter, I was a little afraid I wouldn t be able to read it all the way through because Bonaparte asks Scowl, outright, if he is a Christian Scowl answered that he was raised as a Chr

  5. James James says:

    Four and a half stars Enjoyable and thought provoking, Mr Lages novel bogs down a bit and occasionally suffers from a heavy writer s hand, but not to the detriment of the reader s pleasure I d caution against reading this novel too closely with MY REMARKABLE LITTLE MONKEY since the temptation to think of Scowl as a singing Shakespeare is strong.Especially enjoyable for me was S

  6. Donna Hines Donna Hines says:

    I was originally contacted by the author for a request to review in providing an honest account of what I ve read and I m so glad he reached out as I accepted the request immediately without a moments hesitation.This book will make you forget that it s truly a work of fiction as it s so reality driven, so thoughtful, so thorough in its concepts and ideas, so believable in the interviews

  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    I can t figure out how Mark Lages comes up with such fun ideas for his books None are ever the same and yet they are all really great adventures This book tells the story of a rock star as told by the man he has do all his interviews You will root for Scowl as he experiences the ups and downs of stardom A fast, easy fun read.

  8. Linda McCutcheon Linda McCutcheon says:

    One of the most impressive attributes about the author Mark Lages is that while you think you are reading an intriguing story about the life of one of his amazing characters by the end of his books you realize that he has made you think about your own life and decisions and compromises you have made throughout your own life.Scowl is no exception to this author s ability Scowl is a rock and roll superstar gu

  9. Nancy Nancy says:

    This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review I wasn t at all sure what to expect from this novel as I won it in a giveaway and didn t know anything about it going in I started the first page blind to what I would be reading I was pleasantly surprised to have loved it because I would not have chosen and purchased this book if I were browsing the aisles at Barnes Noble Yes, there is still a Bar

  10. Michael Michael says:

    The basis for the story is a young reporter Ralph Bonaparte gets selected by a young rising star musician Scowl to do exclusive interviews with him These interviews cover over 5 decades from 1957 to 2001 The interviews turn into a deep look inside Scowl including his success, troubles, insight and a deep look at things we all face in our lives Things we wish we would have done, things we wish we did not do This story has a dep

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