Music Star Eyes

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
MUSIC STAR EYES is a reminder of the fragile spirit and strong will in the face of tragedy, tells a fictionalized story based on real events, and gives you a bird’s eye view of the 1960’s sexist and drug music business side of the industry,were sometimes worse than the casting couch of Hollywood. More
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The New Crime Fiction Author M.G. Stravagar is a political activist, International speaker based in Queens, NYC. He is queried more than 18 million searches for his online eBooks. Over the years, a number of titles have gone under a change including the author’s name.

Mr Stravagar is a super memory hero, weaving some of his adventures and life experiences into his books, and has never had writers block. He is an animal person and enjoys a nice cold beer watching the games with his buddies.

As a child he fell in love with the written word, so much, that his local library kicked him out for using too much typing paper and told never to come back again this led to code writing and helped form a healthy mistrust of society’s institutions.

Max Stravagar has nicked named his readers and his music fans “The Stravoz” and “The Srabblers”similar to the way millennial musicians and singers have today, and is the first to do so in two different category's.

Max background is White, Jewish, black and Latino, he is also related to George Washington and President Solon Wilches founder of Santander nation.

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Steve Kinsmen Steve Kinsmen reviewed on on April 18, 2019

Music Star Eyes is a Jem of a read however, the pages needs to be lengthen and some of the characters need more development not because of terrible writing but from a curious need to see more of a back story.
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Tracy Morrison reviewed on on April 3, 2019


Set in the 60's “Music Star Eyes” will strike the right notes and sing to your soul in high and low octaves and sooth your ears drums with a whisper, in addition the sub plots plays like a drum roll and ends with a loud bang.
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JakeRose reviewed on on March 30, 2019

I hardly ever write reviews but after reading "Music Star Eyes" I had to right away, it is a perfect story for our current state in the world we live. I love the way the plot unfolds like a bouncing ball down the stairs and over the hoop ring into your neighbors yard, and splashing onto a puddle of suprises.
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Mark Smith reviewed on on March 30, 2019

Music Star Eyes is a life learning lesson and a coming of age story, set in the 60’s, its raw nature dives deep into the sexist world of the music business told from the eyes of Joanna a struggling street performer, it is a clash of the old and new world where social morals are challenged, and bad behavior is expected to be excepted. The traps and pitfalls and triumphs are moving and heartbreaking and inspirational. In the me-too movement era a story like this is more important than ever…and needs to be told.
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Martin Blackwell reviewed on on March 25, 2019


I cannot believe as a society we ever lived that way, women have come a long way, the book captures a generation of degenerates, and a bright light shining in the dark, I was moved to tears, a very warm hearten sunrise in the morning that rumbles the plots, igniting like a hurricane.
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