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Thousands converge on what one newsmagazine calls the “American Stonehenge” as strange musical visions manifest themselves in a kind of sonic rorschach Living alone inside the South Tower is Jesse Garon Presley who happens to be Elvis’s twin brother w. Premise the Twin Towers mysteriously appear on the Badlands of South Dakota from them comes a stream of music and everyone hears a different s

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An hypnotic mix of rock ‘n’ roll familial obsessions and an alternative American history Shadowbahn takes place in a world in which one afternoon in the not too distant future the Twin Towers suddenly appear in the middle of the Dakota BadlandsTens of. See Toldja that whole Beatles Man or Elvis Man dichotomy was bullshit I am in both camps which means that Steve Erickson believes I am one of

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Ho watches the North Tower for signs of life when the tower’s “whole pointis its emptiness” and is haunted by the voice in his head of another America where his despised stillborn twin survived in his place and became the most famous singer of all tim. There s music coming out of me that s not mine There s singing in my head that s not meThis was my first exposure to Steve Erickson astonishin


10 thoughts on “Shadowbahn

  1. says:

    the music became inextricable from the paroxysms of his country Did his country lead him to the music or did the music lead him to his country?i was so excited a few months back to hear that steve erickson had a new book coming out and so titillated by jonathan lethem's saying of it in granta wayyy back in december 2015 It’s my best of the year but you can’t read it yetI’ve read every novel he’s ever written and I’ll st

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    See Toldja that whole Beatles Man or Elvis Man dichotomy was bullshit I am in both camps which means that Steve Erickson believes I am one of many molecules holding together the fabric of the Western cultural cosmos I found an LP copy of Big Science for a dollar or two not too long ago Laurie Anderson's cred being unfortunately list

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    This was a brilliant collage of short narratives on America as ephemeral dreamscape and one man’s attempt to envision and incarnate its essence by songscape The structure of the assembly mostly involves the twining of three strands connected by interfaces with the crystalizing event of the 911 devastation The sudden appearance of the Twin Towers in the Badlands in a near future 20 years after 911 captures the attention of millions The

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    Premise the Twin Towers mysteriously appear on the Badlands of South Dakota from them comes a stream of music and everyone hears a different song Isn’t that a cool idea? I thought so when I reuested a review copy I imagined something of the

  5. says:

    Did not finish gave up at 47% Couldn’t get into it although the premise is so interesting However the very short chapters – one on every page – the intertwined and disjointed threads made it hard for me to get into it or care about what’s going on The musical references – one every two or so sentences – were way too many for me And Presley’s stillborn twin made no sense in the narrative Could be the fact th

  6. says:

    I am not even going to pretend the premise isn’t crazy Twenty years after they fell the Twin Towers reappear in

  7. says:

    Boy I didn't like this book The firsthalf I'd say it was a strong 3 stars towers mystery brosis driving toward it their story was really compelling Then at approximately the halfway point the bookdevolved? It became of series of se

  8. says:

    Steve Erickson's Shadowbahn is deliciously out there You won't read anything else like it this year From its startling premise to its beautiful writing it's a truly engaging read It's thought provoking and strang

  9. says:

    There's music coming out of me that's not mine There's singing in my head that's not meThis was my first exposure to Steve Erickson astonishing given that the author has nine previous novels and has won both a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Lannan Lifetime Achievement Award I'm not so enad of his method that I'll im

  10. says:

    So what to make of Steve Erickson’s Shadowbahn It’s already been described as the first post Trump novel which is a tad ironic given the President – not named – in Erickson’s near future the book is set in 2021 is female and it’s under this female President look we know it’s Hillary that America f