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Completeness of the Soul: The Life and Opinions of Jay Breeze, Rock Star

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Like other rock stars before him, Jay Breeze has been relegated to “the dustbin of history.” Consigned there even before his car hit a tree, Jay’s reality was fan-dictated: the embodiment of a past that “the future thought it was.” His literary executor, Charlie Beagle, journalism professor, Rolling Stone contributing editor, and former bandmate, retrieves the scraps—what ...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published August 21st 2012 by Queen's Ferry Press
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Saundra Gerrell
When I first saw this book, I was struck by the cover -- it has a fuzzy, dreamlike quality that made me wonder if it signified the after world. And so it was in a way - one friend writing about another while perusing that person's writings. The story was so plausible, at first I really believed Booth was writing an autobiography; in some ways, I believe he was.

When Jay Breeze, Rock Star, crashed into a tree, his life stopped, but not his words. They lived on in the hands of his literary executor
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Ellen Cherry Charles
Terrible, full of cliches, poorly written.
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Oct 16, 2013 Jim Booth rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Jim Booth is Professor of English and Writing at the University of Maryland University College. He holds bachelor and master's degrees from UNC-Greensboro and a doctorate in writing and the teaching of writing from the University at Albany (SUNY).


A former touring rock musician, Jim currently operates his own independent record label, Goat Boy Records.


Jim is a fiction writer and the author of The
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