The Tenderloin

The Tenderloin

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a€˜The Tenderloin bleeds its raw honesty onto every page a€“ it is a truly felt and moving booka€™ Kevin Barry, author of City of Bohane Ita€™s 1995 and Evan has embarked on an adventure that will change his life a€“ leaving home in Dublin for the rolling hills and fog-swept bays of San Francisco. Between the Internet revolution and the rave culture of this liberal city, young naive Evan is completely clueless about how to succeed. But hea€™s determined to stumble on, looking for work, looking for love, and a€“ ultimately a€“ looking to define himself. Soon, though, the troubles of his past catch up with him, and everything begins to unravel. a€˜Funny, sharp-eyed and deeply atmospherica€™ Belinda McKeon, author of Solace a€˜A bracingly honest, entertaining and sharply well-observed coming of age storya€™ Sunday IndependentNo boss is going to want to hear about your Robert Alton essay. ... I decided not to correct her on my name, and as she read on, chuckling at my work experience, I daydreamed about Mr Ho, the lies he ... need my dream job a€“ any job will do for now. She checked her pager. I thought only doctors and drug dealers had them.

Title:The Tenderloin
Author:John Butler
Publisher:Pan Macmillan - 2011-06-03


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