Memoirs of a Go-Go Dancer

Memoirs of a Go Go Dancer The long awaited sequel to Goodbye Crackernight Justin Sheedy s first job out of school was a symbol of his rebellion against the s a decade so lame it cried out for any other Crackernight the an

  • Title: Memoirs of a Go-Go Dancer
  • Author: Justin Sheedy
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  • Page: 352
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The long awaited sequel to Goodbye Crackernight Justin Sheedy s first job out of school was a symbol of his rebellion against the 1980s a decade so lame it cried out for any other Crackernight, the annual fireworks festival of his childhood, was gone So was childhood Justin s teenage would be a search for new fireworks He would find them In his legendary schoolteThe long awaited sequel to Goodbye Crackernight Justin Sheedy s first job out of school was a symbol of his rebellion against the 1980s a decade so lame it cried out for any other Crackernight, the annual fireworks festival of his childhood, was gone So was childhood Justin s teenage would be a search for new fireworks He would find them In his legendary schoolteachers, in questioning his elders, in playing rock and roll, in marching against nuclear madness, and in that scariest of all things known to Man GIRLS And all that was before he became a Go Go Dancer Then the fun really started Caution You could be IN this.

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  • Justin Sheedy

    Justin Sheedy had his first book, Goodbye Crackernight , published in 2009, a comic memoir of growing up in 1970s Australia, back in a long lost era when a child s proudest possession was not a smart phone but a second hand bike Goodbye Crackernight was so warmly received by Australian readers that it secured Justin a place on the program of the prestigious Byron Bay Writers Festival 2010 In 2012 Justin released Nor the Years Condemn , an historical fiction based on the stunning true story of the young Australian fighter pilots of World War Two A tale as exhilaratingly heroic as it is tragic, Nor the Years Condemn is a portrait of shining young men destined never to grow old, and of those who do the survivors condemned by the years , and to their memory of friends who remain forever young In 2013 Justin released Ghosts of the Empire , Book 2 in his Nor the Years Condemn series, and to Rave Reviews In 2014 he released Memoirs of a Go Go Dancer , his rock roll portrait of 1980s teenage under the threat of nuclear annihilation before he ever kissed a girl and his long awaited sequel to Goodbye Crackernight He has just released his 5th book, No Greater Love , Book 3 in his Nor the Years Condemn trilogy, to rave reviews press coverage and sell out book signings Justin s books are available in ebook paperback at , Dymocks bookstores, Gleebooks, Berkelouw Books, Booktopia, Waterstones Online, Barnes Noble Online, The Book Depository and via ALL bookstores online stores Justin relishes signing copies of his books at regular bookstore events and would love to hear from you at his Facebook pages, on Twitter or at his blog, Crackernight He lives in Sydney, Australia.

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  • The eighties was a difficult time to live in, yet alone a time to launch on the journey of self discovery. This sequel to Goodbye Crackernight reads more like a counselling session with the reader as the counsellor. Here, young Sheedy is exorcising his teenage demons, ready to open up the next chapter of his life. It is, for the most part, an unsettling read.Don't get me wrong. this is not a bad thing. Again, Sheedy has managed to effortlessly transport us in to his world. The world of the 1980s [...]


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