Fiction. The book follows the exploits of Bruno Dante. In New York his life is a train wreck and is turned into an upheaval when he gets the call from Los Angeles that his screenwriter father is in a coma and not expected to live. The next three weeks on the streets on the streets of L.A. will change Bruno Dante's life forever. The book expresses the bewilderment of its hero and its author with rawness, crudeness, and shock, and also serves as a very beautiful and touching homage to Fante's famous father John Fante.
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Review: Chump Change (Bruno Dante #1)User Review - Josie Boyce - Goodreads
Gritty like Bukowski, with a real crusty heart. I liked this book better than any of Fante the father's books. Great characterization, and dialogue. Poor doggy. Read full review
Review: Chump Change (Bruno Dante #1)User Review - Roberto Condado conde - Goodreads
Brutal. Read full review