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Hunter Turbo journalist Carroll delivers the shocking truth about the man she calls the whoopie cushion under the seat of power This unflinchingly decadent biography is one of the juiciest, sexiest, and funniest to come along in a long time 16 pages of photos. Read Hunter by E. Jean Carroll – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. Carroll proved, once again, that people shouldn t try to copy Hunter Thompson s writing style This book is put together a little oddly for a biography The good portion of this book, in my opinion, is the interviews done with people who knew Thompson throughout his life There are many humours tales told by those who were witness to the events and a few touching memories told by those who loved him Unfortunately, every other chapter of the book is a ridiculous attempt by the author to tell a b Carroll proved...

  2. Skip the faux Gonzo parts by E Jean Carroll and read the oral history of Hunter Thompson This is actually a better book than therecent Gonzo book put together by Jann Wenner.

  3. A lot of quotes with very little substance

  4. Gonzo The facts fiction collide in this biography story about Hunter S ThompsonI ve read everything Gonzo HST HST related that I can get my hands on I love nearly all of itcan t get enoughfun Where were you when the fun stopped When Hunter took his own life,I was just down the mountain from him in Colorado Springs had been soaking up everything I could read of his, including the,then current fairly regular espn pg.2 articles As I should have,in t Gonzo The facts fiction collide in this biography story about Hunter S ThompsonI ve read everything Gonzo HST HST related that I can get my hands on I love nearly all of itcan t get enoughfun Where were you when the fun stopped When Hunter took his own life,I was just down the mountain from him in Colorado Springs had been soaking up everything I could read of his, incl...

  5. This just might be the book that sends me back to watching reruns of the Three Stooges during my spare time I ll admit that I wasn t particularly interested in Hunter S Thompson But hey, there was a neat photo of a man with a gun on the cover so I took the plunge.Now I had never heard of the author, E Jean Carroll, before.and with any luck I never will again What she has done here is gather a bunch of anecdotal information, apparently from interviews, some of which were possibly conduct This just might be the book that sends me back to watching reruns of the Three Stooges during my spare time I ll admit that I wasn t particularly interested in Hunter S Thompson But hey, there was a neat photo of a man with a gun on the cover so I took the plunge.Now I had never heard of the author, E Jean Carroll, before.and with any luck I never will again What she has done here is gather a bunch of anecdotal information, apparently from interviews, some of which were possibly conducte...

  6. I ve read a few other biographies about Hunter S Thompson but this one is by far my favorite for a number of reasons Foremost, is the fact that the author actually doesn t attempt to write about the man herself but rather has compiled interviews and recollections of those that knew him best to do all of the talking I prefer this approach over the other books because the sheer mythology of the man and his famously depraved antics tend to overshadow the actual man himself This was a fact that I ve read a few other biographies about Hunter S Thompson but this one is by far my favorite for a number of reasons Foremost, is the fact that the author actually doesn t attempt to write about the man herself but rather has compiled interviews and recollections of those that knew him best to do all of the talking I prefer this approach over the other books because the sheer mythology of the man and his famously depraved antics tend to overshadow the actual ...

  7. This book is entertaining, and it is an OK homage to the work of Hunter S Thompson.This is a biography of Hunter S Thompson written in the Gonzo style It has some interesting biographical information about Hunter However, the Gonzo parts of the book are sorely lacking, they show just how short imitation can fall of the real thing and subject of the book The book is structured with alternating chapters of biographical information and Gonzo interludes It brings to mind the structure of Grapes This book is entertaining, and it is an OK homage to the work of Hunter S Thompson.This is a biography of Hunter S Thompson written in the Gonzo style It has some interesting biographical information about Hunter However, the Gonzo parts of the book are sorely lacking, they show just how short imitation can fall of the real thing and subject of the book The book is structured with alternating chapters of biographical information and Gonzo interludes It brings to mind the structure of Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck I would recommend skipping the Gonzo chapters and just reading the factual chapters, they provide a...

  8. twistedsickintriguing I d like to find time one day to research the authentication of the pretenses that it was written under Former Miss USA pageant contestant winner don t recall, but realize all I need to do is google her name P comes to HST s estate to see his peacocks literally and is kidnapped and forced to stay in a dirty ces...

  9. I loved the way Hunter wrote and always wanted to emulate that No one can though That said, I thought this was a very entertaining book in that it was written by someone who was obviously a fan of his and the back and forth playfulness between the two was clear In that sense it gives the reader a good indication of what it might have been like to hangout with one of the most entertaining personalities of the time, which is all any of us would have wanted to do drink, smoke and shoot guns wit I loved the way Hunter wrote and always wanted to emulate that No one can though That said, I thought this was a very entertaining book in that it was written by someone who was obviously a fan of his and the back and forth playfulness between the two was clear In that sense it gives the reader a good indication of what it might have been like to hangout with one of the most entertaining personalities of the time, which is all any of us would have wanted to do d...

  10. Probably one of the most strenuous and draining things I ve ever read The wackiness loses it s charm very fast and becomes almost irritating Got to give credit though as the book reveals he was one of the most successful frauds in literary history and hardly contributed to any of his major works as he had major assistance from several friends who he blew off at his peak of fame, which also doesn t bear coincidence to how after Leaving Las Vegas he started becoming a flop The pictures added sl Probably one of the most strenuous and draining things I ve ever read The wackiness loses it s charm very fast and becomes almost irritating Got to give credit though as the book reveals he was one of the most successful frauds in literary history and hardly contributed to any of his major works as he had major assistance from several friends who he blew off at his peak of fame, which also doesn t bear coincidence to ...