God, Forgive These Bastards: Stories From The Forgotten Life of Georgia Tech Pitcher Henry Turner

God Forgive These Bastards Stories From The Forgotten Life of Georgia Tech Pitcher Henry Turner Not only is this a companion book to the jazz punk album of the same name by the Taxpayers this is a remembrance of a life filled with contradictions cowardice and bravery falsehoods and candidness

  • Title: God, Forgive These Bastards: Stories From The Forgotten Life of Georgia Tech Pitcher Henry Turner
  • Author: Rob Morton
  • ISBN: 9781621068761
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Not only is this a companion book to the jazz punk album of the same name by the Taxpayers, this is a remembrance of a life filled with contradictions cowardice and bravery, falsehoods and candidness, glory and failure told from the perspective of Henry Turner, a baseball hero turned psyche ward street minstrel In the late 1970s, Henry Turner went from being a local hNot only is this a companion book to the jazz punk album of the same name by the Taxpayers, this is a remembrance of a life filled with contradictions cowardice and bravery, falsehoods and candidness, glory and failure told from the perspective of Henry Turner, a baseball hero turned psyche ward street minstrel In the late 1970s, Henry Turner went from being a local hero and star pitcher of the Georgia Tech Wildcats to an abusive, alcoholic drifter After spending his later years in homeless encampments and psych wards, Turner turned his demons to his advantage and became a kind, beloved street story teller, a friend of the down and out, and a public transit angel God, Forgive These Bastards explores the brief moments that can shape or lives and the power of forgiving even the most wretched actions with compassion and understanding.

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    One thought on “God, Forgive These Bastards: Stories From The Forgotten Life of Georgia Tech Pitcher Henry Turner”

    1. Spectacular book. Having been a fan of the album for a while now, I finally got round to getting a copy shipped of this book shipped to the UK and I can't say enough about it. Well written and compelling, the stories in this book enthralled me from start to finish. Henry Turner is a man who represents so much about the US that we never hear about and his stories have both an important almost philosophical and deeply personal significance. Not going to lie the final story about the watch made me [...]

    2. Yeah, I don't really know how to categorize this book. It was recommended to me by a friend, and my final verdict is that I think I appreciate the writing style more than I actually liked reading it. For what it is (whatever it is), its narrative voice is coherent, well-developed, and engaging. That said, I definitely think I'm ready to switch to reading something else.

    3. Short and sweet. Every story brings one of the songs to your head and you just want to read more. An enthralling set of bits of life. You can't help cheering for him, even when terrible things are happening.

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