"Scoundrel Days . . . a roller-coaster ride of wild excess and anti-authoritarian adventures told in urgent and beautiful prose."
"This is a thoughtful and fierce collection. Frazer is a visionary at a time when humanity risks losing touch with its core animality, and the real-world places in which it finds itself."
"Scoundrel Days (UQP, March 2017) is one of the most exciting, exhilarating, excessive and exhausting books I’ve read in a long time…"
Scoundrel Days: a memoir ~ "Tom Sawyer on acid, a 21st-century On the Road, a Holden Caulfield for punks … an extraordinary memoir of a wild adolescence, told in a compelling, poetic voice"
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Scoundrel Days: review by Brendan Fredericks
Scoundrel Days (UQP, March 2017) is one of the most exciting, exhilarating, excessive and exhausting books I’ve read in a long time… this extraordinary memoir of a wild adolescence – a wild ride of wayward days and wayward ways – is told in a compelling poetic voice, where language shifts…
A Review of Scoundrel Days by Sarah Howells
Got a #sneaky #preview copy of #ScoundrelDays by @brentleyfrazer and I CANNOT PUT IT DOWN! Best #book I've read in ages. What an #adventure! Highly recommend. A photo posted by Sarah (@sarahinthehowells) on Jan 17, 2017 at 8:26pm PST
A Review of Aboriginal to Nowhere by Elizabeth Morton
Book Review: Aboriginal to Nowhere, by Brentley Frazer Posted on January 25, 2017 by Elizabeth Morton Available now in bookshops nationwide. Aboriginal to Nowhere is a love-letter to a world that ultimately rejects its people. It is a celebration of grunge, and a roll call of those things that are lame,…