|Say Goodbye (1999) [Novel]|
by Lewis Shiner
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Laurie Moss seemed to come out of nowhere, but behind those songs, behind that powerful voice, lies a history. This extraordinary book takes you from her Texas roots to her first recording contract, from her struggling days in L.A. to her final tour--and beyond. It's also the story of her relationship with the legendary guitarist Skip Shaw, whose passion for self-destruction illuminated her career like a bonfire.
The battlefield for Say Goodbye may be the music industry, but the novel's themes are universal: success and failure, love and loss, obsession and forgiveness.
Original title: Say Goodbye
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction