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By Duncan Milne | Comments: ( 425 ) | Date: ( Sep 21, 2019 )

Kenneth Ramsayer loner, self proclaimed scientist, unapologetic conspiracy theorist, and rock n roll authority Initially an escape from the asphyxiating judgment of his parents and the incessant torments of bullies, rock n roll became Kenn s entire world Providing the soundtrack to his life, defining his experiences, and leaving him with an insatiable desire for knowKenneth Ramsayer loner, self proclaimed scientist, unapologetic conspiracy theorist, and rock n roll authority Initially an escape from the asphyxiating judgment of his parents and the incessant torments of bullies, rock n roll became Kenn s entire world Providing the soundtrack to his life, defining his experiences, and leaving him with an insatiable desire for knowledge, music spoke to him while burning like an addiction Kenn s rock n roll obsession could never be satisfied there were simply too many gigs and not enough time until now.Kenn has discovered the means to access the depth of live shows that had previously eluded him by traveling through time to any gig ever held Discovering startling revelations in his travels, Kenn will soon find out exactly what he s willing to sacrifice for his obsession With a burdensome knowledge that propels him to action, Kenn will have to step up in order to prevent the death of rock n roll Facing threats from evil forces, conspiracies, and even a friend s errant philosophies, Kenn is poised to become the defender of rock n roll Forced to overcome these perils in 4 4 time, Kenn will have to succeed if he hopes to see his friendship and his precious rock n roll survive An intelligent satire, The Death of Rock n Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies cleverly uses the concept of time travel to delve into larger political and societal issues Exploring the role of art in society, the novel stresses the importance and function of music in our lives Venturing to subtly describe rock n roll history and how it reflects the human experience, the novel eloquently explains how rock n roll can be a call to arms against the day s primary issues An imaginative story of passion and rock, this exciting adventure will reinvent time travel while keeping readers glued to the page A fresh take on time travel, The Death of Rock n Roll builds off of the resurging interest in the alternative music scene between the late seventies to the early nineties Utilizing a strong narrative and social commentary, the novel strikes a particular chord with anyone who seeks the means to enjoy rock n roll s past An arresting story of personal growth that delves into the timeless catalog of rock, this one of a kind novel shows that lyrics are no substitute for life experience.


  • Title: The Death of Rock 'n' Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies
  • Author: Duncan Milne
  • ISBN: 9781489534781
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Duncan Milne

Writer, lawyer, traveller fascinated by human interaction, relating observations through fiction and non fiction works.I am a non practicing lawyer in search of a forum where prose doesn t include the terms notwithstanding or but for Human interactions and social context in all forms intrigue me, providing much of my literary inspiration.My insatiable appetite for music, art and literature led to my debut novel, The Death of Rock n Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies The Death of Rock n Roll is the first in a four part series I am pleased to announce that Elm Grove Publishing has now published the second book, And Then They Ruined Everything, available directly from Elm Grove Publishing or on inquiry with your local book store.In addition to The Death of Rock n Roll series of novels, an un named non fiction work as well as a novel based in Sydney are presently in development The novel will continue the exploration of social interactions through the experiences of young professionals trying to reconcile their own ambitions in a world beyond their control A place where escape from previous choices isn t always possible.Taking a step away from fiction, the non fiction work is aimed at the professional development audience, particularly those seeking ways to maximise the effectiveness of their presentations This book is based on my successful seminar series, as well as professional experiences during my law practice and as a business consultant and similar to many of my LinkedIn posts.



Comments The Death of Rock 'n' Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies

  • J.J. Lair

    I'm so happy I have . I got this book on discount and feel thrilled that I had the chance to get it. The author knows his music like I do. (I did a fair amount of music research for Mix Tapes and Stuff.) I even felt like I knew the characters from their dialogue. It sounded like it was taken from actual music lovers. The book was part essay on behalf of the characters and part time travel adventure. The characters have opinions on life and they reflect that through the songs they like. They tell [...]


  • Rune

    Fantastic concept falls flat on it's ass through pages and pages of quasiphilosophy and extensive trials to define and understand what's in the concept of "Rock'n'roll".When the book finally kicks off, about 50 pages before the end, it's quite enjoyable, but the rest is some of the most utter drivel I've ever read. And I'm saying that as a record collector of 25 years, a music blogger who lives for music and live shows.If rock'n'roll was ever to die, I would blame this book.


  • Janette

    Keep pen and paper handy while reading this novel. You'll want to hear all that this author offers from his encyclopedic knowledge of rock 'n' roll! Fun to read, it offers a glimpse into how 2 friends navigate their way thru life via time travel and a mutual love of rock music, the one constant in their lives. Couldn't decide which one is me and the other is the reflection of my best friend.


  • Andrew Murray

    Really enjoyed this. A good read, no pun intended, for a child of the 80s. Look forward to other works.


  • Paola

    It started really well but It all fell apart towards the half of the book. It lost focus completely, I felt like it wasn't going anywhere, and it actually didn't lead anywhere at the end. I appreciated the love for the music but it rather seems not logical to have this ability to "cross" to see any band ever and go to see the same band a lot of times. I could see the love for punk-rock but for a self proclaimed music and rock lover, there was a lot of bands he never considered (although that's n [...]


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