For What It's Worth
The year is 1971 and the place is Laurel Canyon, California. Quinn, a fourteen-year-old music “encyclopedia,” writes a music column—called "For What It's Worth"—for his school paper. But Quinn’s world is about to change when he is faced with helping a war dodger and must make some tough decisions. When he starts receiving cryptic Ouija board messages from Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix (all members of the 27 Club), he knows he is in over his head. Fortunately for Quinn, his new girlfriend Caroline helps him get a grip and channel his inner self.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Tashjian creates a vivid sense of the times in this entertaining story set in early 1970s California. Classic rock fans will eat this one up. It'll make you root through your record collection.
Review: For What It's WorthUser Review - Goodreads
I absolutely love this book!!! I am a huge music fan, and am particularly fond of protest music from the folk revival in the sixties (uncommon, yes). Not only was this book captivating and set in my ...