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One Crazy Day Paperback – 20 Feb 2014
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In "One Crazy Day", which follows his debut "Bank Blogger", Frye tells the crazy story of his last robbery. You want sex, insanity, excitement? "One Crazy Day" delivers all that. Like in "Bank Blogger", his writing is lean and straight to the point, almost Bukowskian, but infused with great comic relief.
A truly unique new voice in American literature.
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Wanted to give it five stars, because the writing is that good...but the dang thing is way too short. Ends too soon. I hope his publisher
knows how to take a hint.
Good writing should be encouraged...and this is what we're doing here. Way too often hacks get praised, and guys like Mr. Frye get overlooked.
The man has talent. My humble opinion.
Frye documents a decadent account of his delinquency. He is witty, funny and crazy. He admits to his drug addiction and the fact that he has the self-Gnosis of being "not-sane". Yet, he completes complicated tasks like staking out, research, reconnaissance, bank robbery without violence or weapons, escape, making new friends, being kind to people (even strangers and shaggy street dogs), "dating" an ex-girlfriend over disposable phones, keeping up the appearances with old friends and casual sex. If you study him, you would probably befriend him. He is cool. Bad but cool. Criminal but not "evil". I hope things improve for him and that he stays safe in prisons where death visits randomly without notice nor cause. I hope to read more of his adventures in his Bank Robber's Blog. This is not a celebration of crime in any way. It is just one day in the life of one man. In these crazy days, this is actually entertaining. Wall Street pigs get a bonus. Frye gets 20 years in USP. If you liked the recent hit movie "The Wolf of Wall-Street", have a look at the other end of the banking career. This is Gonzo Journalism revisited.