Books by Chuck Rosenthal

YOU CAN FLY by Chuck Rosenthal
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Sept. 1, 2017

"A tale so devoid of wonder that no amount of clapping can breathe life into it. (Fantasy. 14-18)"
Peter Pan's son flies off to save Never Never Land from Capt. Hook in this painfully mirthless sequel. Read full book review >
JACK KEROUAC’S AVATAR ANGEL by Chuck Rosenthal
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

"There's hopped-up frenzy and plenty of wit here, but with a dead-Beat premise and more lampooning than plotting, this story hasn't a ghost of a chance."
The zaniness of Beat-specialist Rosenthal continues into his fifth novel (Loop's End, 1992, etc.), as Kerouac comes back from the dead to see what's shaking in his old haunts. Read full book review >
LOOP'S END by Chuck Rosenthal
Released: Nov. 1, 1992

"The Loops are finally out of it."
The last in the trilogy (Loop's Progress, 1986; Experiments with Life and Deaf, 1987) immortalizing the eccentric Loop family of Erie, Pennsylvania, ends disconcertingly with a greeting-card platitude, after much self-conscious literary gamesmanship. Read full book review >