About the author:
Marcel Feldmar grew up in Canada, and then left.
He spent some time in an institution called The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, but ended up living in Los Angeles, where his words get caught in traffic. He has had more bands than girlfriends, but is now married and not playing music, even though he has been mistaken for Ric Ocasek on more than one occasion.
Marcel's writings, poetic and otherwise, range from musings on comic books to interviews with touring bands to bursts of poetry and fiction.
Currently writing music reviews for The Big Takeover, his freelance articles have also appeared in a variety of 'zines and magazines across the country.
Marcel's poetry has appeared in the anthology “A Generation Defining Itself”, as well as in "Memory Bites" published by a gleeful press! and a chapbook published by Headveins Graphics. His chapbook "The Typewriter Keeps Me Awake At Night" is available on Createspace.
The Devil's Jukebox
Edited by Shirarose Wilensky
Cover Design: Sam Soto Design
A burned out immortal joins forces with a reluctant ghost hunter in order to save the Muses from the machinations of a seductive villainess.
It started twenty years ago in Vancouver, B.C., when Jonathan Satori discovered that he could speak to the dead, and that his best friend Phillip was immortal. Now, in modern day Los Angeles, Jonathan is reunited with his high-school friends and learns a few more things that surprise the hell out of him.
He learns that the Greek deities known as the Muses are real, and they are in trouble; and he learns that Phillip has dedicated his life to protect the Muses from the selfish desires of a renegade immortal named Pandora.
With the help of a beautiful DJ, Jonathan realizes that his spirit-speaking abilities can guide him towards The Devil's Jukebox; which will re-inspire the Muses and stop Pandora. Music becomes a sought after commodity as Jonathan and friends learn that songs have a power that moves beyond mere sound.
Their journey is perilous, and along the way the companions struggle with love, loss, and the bonds of blood and friendship that stretch beyond the confines of life and death.
This novel is not just about saving the Muses, it's about the fight between Destiny and Fate, and choosing your own path.
The Devil's Jukebox is for people who enjoy vampires, people who enjoy music, and people who enjoy the highways for the movement more than the destination.
You can visit Marcel Feldmar's Website at www.marcelfeldmar.com
- Publication Date:
- 1495947467 / 9781495947469
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal