Till the wheels fall off, Brad Zellar
The work Till the wheels fall off, Brad Zellar represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Manchester-by-the-Sea Public Library.

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  • Till the wheels fall off, Brad Zellar
Main title
  • Till the wheels fall off
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  • Brad Zellar
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "It's the late 1980s, and Matthew Carnap is awake most nights, afflicted by a potent combination of insomnia and undiagnosed ADHD. Sometimes he gazes out his bedroom window into the dark; sometimes he wanders the streets of his small southern Minnesota town. But more often than not, he crosses the hall into his stepfather Russ's roller rink to spend the sleepless hours lost in music. Russ's record collection is as eclectic as it is extensive, and he and Matthew bond over discovering new tunes and spinning perfect skate mixes. Then Matthew's mother divorces Russ; they move; the roller rink closes; the twenty-first century arrives. Years later, an isolated, restless Matthew moves back to his hometown. From an unusual apartment in the pressbox of the high school football stadium, he searches his memories, looking for something that might reconnect him with Russ. With humor and empathy, Brad Zellar (House of Coates) returns with a discursive, lo-fi novel about rural Midwestern life, nostalgia, neurodiversity, masculinity, and family-with a built-in soundtrack"--, Provided by publisher
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  • fiction
OCLC Number
  • 1276932749
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