Chuck Klosterman IV: A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas

Chuck Klosterman IV: A Decad.. Chuck Klosterman 2007
8 5 3 6.3/10 PAPERBACK NON-FICTION English 432 Scribner 0743284895 9780743284899

Profiles and trend stories: Britney Spears, Radiohead, Billy Joel, Metallica, Val Kilmer, Bono, Wilco, the White Stripes, Steve Nash, Morrissey, Robert Plant -- all with new introductions and footnotes. THINGS THAT MIGHT BE TRUE Opinions and theories on everything from monogamy to pirates to robots to super people to guilt, and (of course) Advancement -- all with new hypothetical questions and footnotes. SOMETHING THAT ISN'T TRUE AT ALL This is old fiction. There's a new introduction, but no footnotes.

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Critic Reviews

The Guardian Catherine Sevigny

These articles and essays are razor-sharp snapshots of contemporary pop culture.

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Publishers Weekly Anonymous

Esquire columnist Klosterman may remind listeners of a slacker holding forth at a tailgate party or over a game of beer pong.

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Metro Times Kelli B. Kavanaugh

Klosterman's latest book, A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas, combines a mastery of '80's arcania with a sarcastic worldview that's all too aware that such mastery ultimately doesn't amount to much.

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Entertainment Weekly Gilbert Cruz

Klosterman still churns out intelligent pieces on fame's absurdity.

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Mostly Fiction Book Revi.. Tony Ross

Ultimately, the best way to read the book is leave it lying around the house and anytime you're tempted to pick up Entertainment Weekly or US or flip on MTV, pick it up and read something far funnier, smarter, and more insightful.

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There's some really good stories in here, but only about enough to fill up a really thick pamphlet.

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