GO BREAK BAD by Howard Jackson is published by Red Rattle Books
‘Cowboy heroes had always been bad guys’
About the Book:
The TV show ‘Breaking Bad’ is not just habit forming but dangerous. Walter White was killed, and Jesse Pinkman has had to rebuild a new and perhaps innocent life in Alaska. But, without taking crystal meth or contravening the law, fans of the hit TV show now at least have an excuse or another reason to ‘go break bad.’ And those who are not fans? Well, you have to start somewhere, especially if you have a curious nature. ‘Breaking Bad’ was more than a hit TV show. Walter White and his adventures deserve to be remembered.
‘Go Break Bad’ avoids the format of the other books written about the TV hit ‘Breaking Bad’. Rather than work through the shows chronologically and offer thematic analysis for each episode, ‘Go Break Bad’, like Combo and Skinny Pete on the streets in ABQ, searches for the street corners. It lingers in places where it is not expected.
‘Go Break Bad’ is driven by different and at times what might appear to be unrelated topics. Main men like Franz Kafka, William Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett and Herman Melville make an appearance but within ‘Go Break Bad’ there is plenty of room for the unexpected. The odd but illuminating connections include motor transport, economic theory, nuclear weaponry, education, the work ethic, left wing politics, the family, Hollywood cinema and more. ‘Go Break Bad’ can be read using natural daylight or at night on the roadside and under the glow from a streetlamp. Whichever way you read ‘Go Break Bad’ worry about what might be on the road ahead.
About the Author:
Howard Jackson was born on Merseyside and has spent most of his life in Liverpool. He has had ten other books published by Red Rattle Books.
These are Treat Me Nice, Innocent Mosquitoes, No Money Honey, Nightmares Ahead, Choke Bay, Horror Pickers, Mean And Dark, Nightmares And Lying Rogues, Light Work and No Tall Heels To Tango.
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Other novels by Red Rattle Books include:
“Hate Until Warm” by Jim Lawler
“Undead Underneath” by Jack Swift
“Mortal Shuffle” by Jim Lawler
“Zombie Bites” by David Saunderson
“Dracula’s Midnight Bites” edited by David Saunderson
“Telegraph for Garlic” edited by Prof. Samia Ounoughi
“How to Defend Yourself Against Scorpions” by Fernando Sorrentino
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