A Perfect Blindness
TWO FRIENDS DOING WHATEVER IT TAKES TO ESCAPE OBSCURITY. A GREAT BAND WITH EVERYTHING ON THE LINE. YET NOTHING IS EVER AS IT APPEARS.
Jonathan and his best friend have risked everything to move to Chicago. Here, they try taking their band to the next level. Yet once the music starts flowing, illusions, misunderstandings, and a secret from the deep past threaten to destroy everything they’ve sacrificed so much for.
A Perfect Blindness travels back to 1988 Chicago, recreating the time and its music scene in “masterful detail”—Kirkus Reviews. Written with sure-handed authenticity, the agony and ecstasy of life in a band comes vividly alive across its pages. It’s the perfect book for anyone who lives out rock’n’roll dreams whenever they close their eyes.
If you like Bret Easton Ellis’s Less than Zero and Rules of Attraction, you’ll love this story of passion, self-deception, and the struggle of creation.
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[…] smartly written and sharply atmospheric— a worthy […] addition to the literature of rock n’ roll’s agony and ecstasy.
[…] packed with references to the streets of Chicago, popular and underground music, and an insider’s knowledge of the technical side of the life of a musician.
—Forward Clarion Reviews
[…] Hunt successfully conjures the story’s time and a place in masterful detail.
Littered with cigarette butts, vodka bottles, and a dead body, A Perfect Blindness is a grunge rock fantasy. With its operatic sense of drama, it is an escape story ideal for those who still live out their rock star dreams whenever they close their eyes.
—Forward Clarion Reviews (read the complete review here>>>)
Hunt writes in a dense, passionate prose that strives to enliven everything it touches.
An expansive historical novel that ably evokes its time and place.
—Kirkus Reviews (read the complete review here>>>)
This vivid look at Chicago’s delusion-driven electro-industrial music scene in the late 1980s showcases W. Lance Hunt’s gift for capturing the era’s often foolish dreams and grungy realities.
As the band rises on a fusion of euro-club danceability tinged with post-punk attitude, Hunt’s tireless, Jagermeister-fueled nightcrawlers give us a complete tour of North Side rock clubs in the ’80s—and of their own failings.
The triple view works well here, particularly as the characters’ dark secrets and motives become apparent.
Only Jennifer seems to grasp the friends’ common crisis of identity. “Who we really are hangs someplace between all the stories, suspended in the contradictions.”
—Blue Ink (read the complete review here>>>)
“Then turn me into a song. Or three. Preserve me. Preserve us.” These words would soon change everything. For all of us.
Amazon Readers give it
This is a human adventure with all the elements of a great read. (Read full comments here >>>>)
Because we’re all misunderstood characters in the stories other people tell themselves.
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