Hunter S. Thompson ð 6 READ & DOWNLOADNtsHere s Yr Autobiography *Mahalo Res Ipsa LouiturIs it just me or is I have always been a huge huge fan *Res Ipsa LouiturIs it just me or is I have always been a huge huge fan Hunter s work Kingdom of Fear is a collection of various writings he did kind of like a memoir where he Essays One rants andaves and Femmes, si vous saviez... : 83 questions-rponses, hormones, mnopause, ostoporose rants some In his typical Gonzo style he takes theeader on a bizarre and often utterly weird ide through his colourful and always interesting life Opening with his first encounter with the FBI when he was nine years old and no doubt sparking his life long distrust of authority the book whizzes through his musings of various scandals of the day WHAT S GOING IN THE HAZY s going in the hazy of politics his time in Cuba and so much His tell it like it is attitude simply emphasises everything that is wrong in today s overly PC society and his voice is sorely missed He eally was an extraordinary man and I would love nothing than to ead a book about what he thinks of the world today We salute you Hunter may many follow in your footsteps throw cauti. Rule breaking in his journalism in his life and under the law changed the shape of American letters and the face of American icons Call it the evolution of an outlaw Here are the formative experiences that comprise Thompson’s legendary trajectory alongside the weird and the ugly Whether detailing his exploits as a foreign correspondent in Rio his job as night manager of the notorious O’Farrel.
S OUTSIZED REPUTATION AND MY FONDNESSoutsized eputation and my fondness it Ostensibly an autobiography but eally not one at all this book is just a series of snippets and ecollections some of which are true but most of which are probably not even in Thompson s loose version of what constitutes truth Pretty dissatisfying eallyI think this eview from NYT sums it up nicely Whenever Kingdom of Fear brushes up against the aching interior spaces that feed genuine autobiography family lost friends egrets he ecoils and hides in bad gonzo clich s You d think that at this point in his life Thompson is 65 he d be interested in exorcising his demons than in making cartoons out of them Yeah uality stuff thanks Doc Note Written on Sep 03 2007 when I was much younger I detach myself entirely from the eview and its conte. The Gonzo memoir from one of the most influential voices in American literature Kingdom of Fear traces the course of Hunter S Thompson’s life as a ebel from a smart mouthed Kentucky kid flaunting all authority to a convention defying journalist who came to a wild fusion of fact fiction and mind altering substancesBrilliant provocative outrageous and brazen Hunter S Thompson's infamous. On to the wind and just *Write What They Feel It *what they feel It got weird enough for me Hunter S Thompson This is Hunter at his finest This book was one of those that you wish had just one page at the end for all of eternity Kingdom of Fear is written in a loose biographical form in true Thompson style it leapfrogs from stories of pre adolescent vandalism to scathing ants of George W Bush in the same chapter but somehow never looses its cohesiveness The stories of Hunter and Johnny Depp exchanging cars and checkbooks will make you laugh like a hyena spit out your coffee and piss yourself all at once his legendary un for Sheriff of Aspen will make you want to become politically active his take on 9 11 and the horrors of the Bush administration might just make you shed a tear or two No one does political satire better This book makes me sad that not another one will ever be written like it and it makes me grateful that I still have plenty of Thompsons books left to ead. L Theatre in San Francisco his epic un for sheriff of Aspen on the Freak Power ticket or the sensational legal maneuvering that led to his full acuittal in the famous 99 Days trial Thompson is at the peak of his narrative powers in Kingdom of Fear And this boisterous blistering ide illuminates as never before the professional and ideological isk taking of a literary genius and transgressive ico. .
Hunter S. Thompson