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Bonk's Bar ebook

by Daniel Putkowski


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Tom Bonk, college student and casual piano player, never wanted his old man's bar. He wanted an education.

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American author Daniel Putkowski, captivated by Aruba's cultural diversity, divides his time between the island, Spain, and a suburb of Philadelphia

American author Daniel Putkowski, captivated by Aruba's cultural diversity, divides his time between the island, Spain, and a suburb of Philadelphia. He is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. A sequel to An Island Away titled Under a Blue Flag will follow Putkowski's next release, Bonks Bar, due early 2009. Books by Daniel Putkowski. Mor. rivia About Bonk's Bar.

Putkowski's second book, Bonk's Bar, is based on an establishment of the same name in the Port Richmond area of Philly. Philadelphia City Paper wrote, "Putkowski paints his version of the place as the quintessential river ward tappie, a place to watch the boys swing for the fences while drowning the day in suds and Jameson. File it under realistic fiction. Universal Coverage, Putkowski's third novel, takes on the health care debate in the United States. Putkowski turned to fiction to highlight what medical services might look like in America's future.

Tommy Bonk, college student and casual piano player, never wanted his old man''s bar. He wanted a college education, a high-paying career, and out of his lower-class neighborhood. And then his brother John, a sergeant in the Marine Corps, is killed in Iraq. His father goes on a two-week bender, leaving Tommy the one thing he never wanted, a chance to run the family bar.

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Conservative radio host Rob Port of the Say Anything Show interviews Daniel Putkowski about his novel, Universal Coverage. author book novel fiction healthcare socialism conservative political. Seems a little quiet over here.

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Tom Bonk, college student and casual piano player, never wanted his old man's bar. He wanted an education, a high-paying career, and out of his lower-class neighborhood. Then his brother John, a sergeant in the Marine Corps, is killed in Iraq. His father goes on a two-week bender, leaving Tom the one thing he never wanted, a chance to run the family bar. Seduced by the financial success of his early attempts, he plunges in head first, thinking he can outsmart the Russian Mob, the cops, a clever local girl, and his own ambition. Along the way, Tom faces realities he previously denied. He earns a degree in the ways of the world... where the grading scale includes life and death... where something are important and other simply aren't worth a damn.
Niwield
It was pretty predictable, but I liked the story and the characters.
The characters were relatively true and relatable. Good relaxing read
Shakataxe
This was entertaining but I missed the Aruba connection which I liked in his other books. I think this would appeal to men more than women.
Sat
Daniel Putkowski is a hidden gem. I've read his other books, and this one is on par with them. A very good read. I only wish, Daniel would publish new books more frequently!
Yozshunris
An entertaining read perfect for the beach. The author knows the Philadelphia (or most anywhere) bar scene, but the choice of musical taste is off target.( "The Doors"?) But it is an overall good book.
Nuadador
just ok.
Erienan
Great
Cesar
Easy reading and very enjoyable.
Excellent reading. Love Dan's writing. Can really see this happening in the Port Richmond neighborhood of Philadelphia. Keep them coming Dan.
Bonk's Bar ebook
Author:
Daniel Putkowski
Category:
Genre Fiction
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EPUB size:
1697 kb
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Publisher:
Hawser Press (October 12, 2009)
Pages:
304 pages
Rating:
4.9
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