NIGHT PEOPLE, Book 1: Things We Lost in the Night (First Jun 2015 V1.2 Oct 2016)


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$19.95  $18.35
Claremont Village Press, LLC
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6.0 X 1.02 X 9.0 inches | 1.48 pounds
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"Dunlap's sense of transcendence at a moment of achieved excellence is similar to the sensation Keith Richards describes in his memoir, 'Life, ' " leave the planet for a while..." Reliving his rock and roll years memories in his wonderful memoir, NIGHT PEOPLE, Larry J. Dunlap, must have left the planet for a while, too." -Kiana Davenport, The Spy Lover, Shark Dialogues, House of Many Gods "Whether or not you remember the swift intoxicating music of that era or the seismic shift of mores that burst from the free-love movement, [NIGHT PEOPLE] captures the beat of that misty time when the country suffered "a growing thirst for individual freedom, a desire to escape from an ever-darkening shadow of war, and a national hangover following the public murder of a young and popular president." - Steph Rodriguez, Manhattan Book Review "NIGHT PEOPLE does a terrific job of charting the impetus for change, immersions in different ... musical atmospheres, evolving relationships between musicians, ...circumstances and drive that keeps Larry J. Dunlap on a fast-paced journey of discovery. Readers looking for a great beach read ... will find that NIGHT PEOPLE is a well-written memoir that deftly captures a sense of the 1960s. - D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review "Do you watch Dennis Leary's new FX show "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll" about a crazy old time rock-in-roller? Larry J. Dunlap lived it. His memoir, NIGHT PEOPLE, is a frank, funny, frenzied chronicle of the 60's music scene." - Susan Shapiro, New York Times bestselling author, Lighting Up, Only as Good as Your Word and Five Men Who Broke My Heart. "Dunlap relates much of the story through conversations, and his California journey features a number of memorable characters. [NIGHT PEOPLE] ... is an enjoyable hangout book, a chance to spend time with witty characters ..." - Foreword Review Catalog, 2015 Fall Issue, Memoir ForeSight Section "Larry J. Dunlap's memoir, NIGHT PEOPLE, is one the best books of its kind I've ever read. I'd put it right next to Keith Richards' "Life" on the shelf of rock memoirs for the ages. - Marc Ballon, Senior Editor, USC School of Engineering, previously a journalist at the LA Times, Inc. Magazine, Forbes, and - avowed rock and roll junkie "I've read numerous artists' memoirs, including 'Life' in which Keith Richards claims to recall every detail. While one can doubt whether[Keith] did, I believe Larry J. Dunlap faithfully, endearingly, recreates his rock-and-roll years [in Night People]. He does it in a soaring, roaring prose, reminiscent of Patti Smith's National Book Award-winning memoir, 'Just Kids.' " -- P.J. Colando, Stashes