About the Book
This is the third book in the Farot Quartet. These are Jerôme Farot’s high school years. The story begins around the time of James Dean’s demise and ends on “the day the music died,” the first golden era of rock ’n’ roll. Jerôme takes the reader for a cruise on the streets of Los Angeles from downtown out to Whittier Boulevard on the eastside, to the beaches of Santa Monica to the west and Long Beach to the south. Rock ’n’ roll music fills the air throughout the story.