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An ensemble sets off on a dark comedy of errors and uncertain conclusions, featuring original music throughout the story.
Theo and Judah, two childhood friends, are trying desperately to find an audience for their hard-edged, “grunge” music as they move past their twenties and feel the need to establish careers. Together, they enroll in an unusual college, called The University of Jazz and Music Technology.
Attracted at first by the means within the school to professionally record their own original music, the two friends embark on what could be a lifelong journey. But the endeavor has an alternate effect, as Theo begins to question his musical efforts with Judah.
Entanglements with co-eds quickly complicate matters. Theo and Judah hit as many rough spots as any amateur band may find along the way, including a disastrous mini-tour of the northwest during spring break. Little do they know, the misfortunes have just begun…
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Review and Interview at Michelle Draglin's Educational Home
"I don't think I have ever read a book quite like this one. An interesting and compelling read!"
Spotlight Feature at Storeybook Reviews
Spotlight Feature at Musings from an Addicted Reader
Review at A Book and Latte
"My favorite part of Hazen's 'Misfortunes of T-Funk' was the built in music. This was definitely a first for me as I'd never had a book with music made specifically for it."
Interview Feature at Pen & Muse
New Title Feature and Giveaway at Eskie Mama Reads
Review at Stephanie's Book Reviews
"A really good look at the backstage portion of a musician's life."
Review at It's a Wonderful Book Review
"A worthwhile read. If you already love music, then this might easily speak to you!"
Spotlight Feature at Celtic Lady's Reviews
"Audio Series" Guest Post Feature at The Next Best Book Blog
April 8 & 9
Review and Q&A Feature at Reader's Handbook
"I like the friendships that blossom, and Misfortunes writes relationships well. It reminded me in a way of A Secrety History by Donna Tartt."
Review at Desert Rose Reviews
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Review at Reader's Favorite
Review at Shelf Life
Interview Feature at Deal Sharing Aunt