Pizza face, or, The hero of suburbia: a novel

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Washington Square Press, 1992 - Fiction - 179 pages
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A Holden Caufield with acne vulgaris, Andy is born in North Carolina too late to be a hippy and too early to be a programmer, just in time to live through the Carter administration and the era of lowered expectations. Spurned by his peers, who call him "Pizza Face", Andy embarks on a wild campaign for truth and beauty, chasing idols from North Carolina to Washington, D.C.

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Review: Pizza Face: Or the Hero of Suburbia

User Review  - Jonathan Dapra - Goodreads

I read this many rears ago and recently grabbed a used copy to re-read at the beach. It is a snarky, funny book about being the odd man out who just never realized they are "that guy." I shared this ... Read full review

Review: Pizza Face: Or the Hero of Suburbia

User Review  - Richard Jespers - Goodreads

Okay but not as good as touted by Publisher's Weekly. Read full review


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