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DOWNLOAD Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Ted Bernal Guevara BACK COVERWhy does Ted Bernal Guevara keep putting out these James Dean conceptual novels In plain truth Guevara says “He’s like a kid James Dean I went to class with rode the bus with and slid down an awesome snow packed hill with” And after high school he goes on to Hollywood fame and immortality while Guevara from his modest bookish world is left to wonder about the iconic ima. This book irked me a little Everyone wants to manipulate the corpse of James Dean Not me and admitting that is wanting everything to stay the same Hey we're all fanatics here Reading it I saw a lot of myself in Dean in a normal crazy sense Am I going to buy an unprotected Porsche and drive it a hundred miles per hour I hope not But the author does great on injecting normalcy or rather on the calming of the actor’s hectic disposition leading an abnormal life What isn’t in Hollywood Maybe Dean's just a regular guy who can fall in love and not get out of it so easy like any of us At any rate Ted Bernal Guevara did his research and made his story his profile of Dean look like fun fiction But the truth in it I ate like pumpkin pie

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READ ☆ Lips of a Mastodon à BACK COVERWhy does Ted Bernal Guevara keep putting out these James Dean conceptual novels In plain truth Guevara says “He’s like a kid James Dean I went to class with rode the bus with and slid down an awesome snow packed hill with” And after high school he goes on to Hollywood fame and immortality while Guevara from hi Ge giving it a stark poignant voice sixty years later Guevara grew up in Marion Indiana where the actor was born In 1954 Dean met perhaps the one real romance of his brief life Italian actress Pier Angeli was barely 22 when her movie The Silver Chalice coincided with Dean’s East of Eden at Warner Brothers She’d sneak over to watch him perform and he would do the same When they fina. I read True Feel last year and loved it so much that I wanted to experience of this still uite unknown authorLips of a Mastodon was a complete u turn in style and approach I'm not sure if it’s biography gone fiction considering in the back of the book Guevara admits James Dean is like a kid I went to class with which suggests to me a bond closer than fanfare or even from a biographer looking in too deep The best way I know to describe this novel is a mix of Chuck Palahniuk and Fifty Shades of Grey Don't panic people I haven't read and don't intend to read Fifty Shades I've heard enough about it to use it as a comparisonI love the way Guevara puts words together I love the way he ties poetic lines and make them narrative I love the way he develops characters; their backgrounds sink deep and find fresh drinkable waterBut this one is a different angle with the same texture Less sub characters in this one and that romance bit it doesn’t uite ruin my appetite here Which is to say there's no way I could have completely embraced this book as a wholeI recommend Lips of a Mastodon to you But if you want to read a fantastic book by this author read his collage of characters which is True Feel

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Lips of a MastodonLly interact Pier’s mother disapproves of Dean’s behavior attire and not being CatholicSome say it was all for the limelight and publicity Guevara’s gripping and frank story vies otherwise excavating the actor’s true passion for the lovely but uaint Ms AngeliGuevara is also the author of True Feel A Circle with Two Corners and Days of Slint the first James Dean conceptual novel. I’ve really been thinking a lot about this review First off I am a fan of old Hollywood ever since I lived a very tiny tip of it in Sherman Oaks occasionally mentioned in this novel With the actor James Dean I’m caught up with what was before my time I approached the storyline with an open mind The author here I feel is reaching at times just to woo The first couple segments were interesting to read because it had history as backing Then the writing style became a stream of consciousness yet with a little push which is fiction Not really disappointed The first person idea kept me upright There were a couple of other segments that I liked namely the homespun background which was not Tinseltown