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Scott Free Paperback – June 19, 2019
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Scott Free is an on the road story about an African American aspiring filmmaker stuck, ironically, working the concession stand at an upscale New York City movie theatre, while also trying to negotiate his dead-end relationships. He hops a Greyhound Bus $99 Special, but en route to Hollywood lands in San Francisco where he becomes a professional toilet bowl cleaner, “Scotty Tissues,” and realizes that his life West resembles his life East as there’s really no escaping oneself.
- Publisher : Crimson Cloak Publishing (June 19, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 135 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1681605341
- ISBN-13 : 978-1681605340
- Item Weight : 5 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.31 x 8 inches
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Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2019
This book, Scott Free, was a bit of a shocker in places. It's the story of a young black man who moves from New York to San Francisco and the different jobs and relationships he has on the way. The actual biographical part of it is interesting, because there are a variety of events in the book. But I have to say, the amount of strong swearing and drug use and frequent sex acts depicted in the book made it hard to read at times. I can understand the author being realistic, but that was what was negative about the book, and why I gave it three stars. The people are unique throughout the book for sure, and I do like the way things ended up on a semi-positive note, but be prepared for some serious real life on the gritty side, if you read the book.