Echo and Narcissus by Mark Siegel

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"Mark Siegel's ECHO AND NARCISSUS is a tragicomic downbound train powered by hi-octane rock 'n' roll voodoo. From the John Fogarty swampedelic riffs of Part One, to the Jim Morrison Lizard King squalor of Part Two, to the Elvis-in-a-gold-jumpsuit decadence of Part Three, this novel chronicling the lives and hard times of Max, the wasted guitarist with a mind too nimble for his own good, and Echo, his naive yet wise child bride with pipes of gold, covers more quintessential American pop culture terrain than anything by Salmon Rushdie or Don DeLillo. Siegel is the Bad, Bad Leroy Brown of slipstream writing: meaner than a junkyard dog, but you can't help petting his razorback fur." --Paul Di Filippo, author of STRANGE TRADES
 

About Mark Siegel

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Mark Siegel was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and grew up in France. He is the editorial director of First Second and an accomplished writer and illustrator. He is the illustrator of To Dance: A Ballerina's Graphic Novel, a Robert F. Sibert Award Honor Book, written by his wife, Siena Cherson Siegel; and author and illustrator of the picture book Moving House, published by Roaring Brook Press.
 
Published January 1, 2003 by Aardwolf Pr. 256 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Echo and Narcissus, Mark Siegel's debut dark fantasy, a singer and her songwriter companion plunge into the seamier side of the New Orleans music world, but the real test comes later in L.A., where they must contend with the supernatural.

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And "Max" he is, in the classic rock 'n' roll sense of maxing out in the lifestyle of drugs and groupies.

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