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A twitter novel. Follow Harry as he rampages through six decades of romance, rock and roll, and mayhem. A story constructed in 99 short chapters, each one 140 characters or less.

Harry's story weaves along like a getaway driver from a smash and grab, with the radio blaring. The soundtrack to his life throbs away in the background as you wonder what can possibly happen to H
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Published April 18th 2011 by Andy Szpuk, via Smashwords (first published April 5th 2011)
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Kathryn
Mar 18, 2012 Kathryn rated it really liked it
Cute, Twitter-esque poem incorporating popular titles into a story. It's not so much the history of rock and roll as it is a narrative using rock as a backdrop. Still, cute.
Joseph
Nov 09, 2013 Joseph rated it liked it
Shelves: music
Is there anything Twitter can't do?
A fun little book. The song references make you think. Luckily, they are all cited at the end of the book.
Kitty Honeycutt
Jul 18, 2011 Kitty Honeycutt rated it it was amazing
"THE HISTORY OF ROCK -N- ROLL IN 99 TWEETS" BY ANDY SZPUK

There are a few words I can use to describe this short story. Fun, cute, silly, and adorable. Andy Szpuk tells the story of a man and his ups and downs with rock -n- roll by way of song excerpts. You can't help but find yourself thrown back in time to your own "Glory Days" while reading it, as you find yourself remembering the songs and singing along.

A definite must-read short story.

-Kitty Bullard / Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club

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I sang thru it in no time...
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Novelist and short story writer, based in Nottingham UK.
Recently (2011), Andy's historical memoir, 'Sliding on the Snow Stone' has been published by Night Publishing.
Examples and links to more of Andy's work, and other literature-related activities, can be found at http://andyszpuk.wordpress.com/.
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