HASHTAG

HASHTAG A twisted and sinister crime story with characters and a world you ll be clawing for of from the author of DIRTBAGS The repercussions are felt across the American South when a pizza joint in sleepy La

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  • Title: HASHTAG
  • Author: Eryk Pruitt
  • ISBN: 9788293326502
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • A twisted and sinister crime story with characters and a world you ll be clawing for of from the author of DIRTBAGS.The repercussions are felt across the American South when a pizza joint in sleepy Lake Castor, Virginia is robbed and the manager, Odie Shanks, is kidnapped The kidnapping is the talk of the town, but it s what people don t know that threatens to rip asA twisted and sinister crime story with characters and a world you ll be clawing for of from the author of DIRTBAGS.The repercussions are felt across the American South when a pizza joint in sleepy Lake Castor, Virginia is robbed and the manager, Odie Shanks, is kidnapped The kidnapping is the talk of the town, but it s what people don t know that threatens to rip asunder societal norms Odie chases dreams of Hollywood stardom and an explosive social media presence while his partner in crime, Jake Armstrong, pursues his own vengeful agenda.In the meantime, corrupt and lazy Deputy Roy Rains has a hard luck time of covering up the crime in order to preserve his way of life.And college student Melinda Kendall has hit the highway in a stolen ride with nothing but a.22 and limited options, on the run from her drug dealer boyfriend, the Mississippi State Police and the media, trying to escape some bad choices by making even bad choices.All three are on a collision course from hell in this crime story that reads like a blood spattered road map of the American South.

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    1. I used to work with this guy David, who everybody though was dumb as a post. David was in fact the smartest guy in the room, but played dumb so that everybody would leave him alone to work on his multiple successful personal projects. I feel the same way about Eryk Pruitt's fiction that I feel about David. It doesn't introduce itself well sometimes, but it is so much more than meet the eye.I don't know anyone beside Eryk Pruitt who writes about dumb people with such love and understanding. HASHT [...]

    2. Do not buy this book. If you happen upon it without having to pay monies—as I did, through the giveaways—then it is amusing in a train-wreck kinda way. The book needs a good edit, on both grammar (punctuation— nevermind the piss-poor attempts at certain Southern-isms, fella) and minor plot details. Most of the sentences are uninteresting and utilitarian to a fault, which is perhaps forgivable in a book of this ilk, but still. And I know that some people think that sex is hard to write abo [...]

    3. Synopsis/blurb……A twisted and sinister crime story with characters and a world you'll be clawing for more of from the author of DIRTBAGS. The repercussions are felt across the American South when a pizza joint in sleepy Lake Castor, Virginia is robbed and the manager, Odie Shanks, is kidnapped. The kidnapping is the talk of the town, but it's what people don't know that threatens to rip asunder societal norms. Odie chases dreams of Hollywood stardom and an explosive social media presence whi [...]

    4. After reading Eryk Pruitt’s first book Dirtbags, I was intrigued to read more from him and see if he could produce a second novel that matched the greatness of his first book. I was thrilled when I saw I was offered the opportunity to get an ARC of Pruitt’s second book, Hashtag. I am please to say that this book not only lived up to the promise of his first book, but actually gives the impression that Pruitt is gaining steam in his writing career. This novel is even better than the first, an [...]

    5. What a ride "Hashtag" is. Pulp crime fiction straight from the dirty south. Eryk Pruitt crafts an intricate web of chaotic threads and everywhere these threads meet you'll find violence, deceit, double crosses and maybe if you're lucky, a warm, attractive body. It's a scattergun blast of noir fiction and one hell of a dark corner slow dance with your favorite gal (or guy). From page one I was hooked, itching to get back to turning pages. Escorted back through the town limits of Lake Castor, Virg [...]

    6. This book is broken up into three distinctive parts which intersect at various points. The first part features Jake, a violent parolee who is hell-bent on getting revenge, and Odie, a pushover that works at a pizza joint who desperately wants to escape his life as an over-looked nobody. These two unlikely misfits pair up and head across the country both seeking to fulfill their far-reaching goals.In the second part we have the extremely misguided and amoral deputy Roy Raines, who will stop at no [...]

    7. Just finished Hashtag by Eryk Pruitt, and what a brilliant crime novel it is. Hashtag is the story of three individuals. Their stories are told individually but overlap and interact in time and geography. Odie Shanks works at a pizza joint and dreams of going to Hollywood. The truth is, Odie just wants to be noticed for something, and his story affords him much opportunity--being kidnapped, running with an ex-con as he roams the country settling old scores, and armed robbery. But will he get the [...]

    8. #GOODREADI just completed this book,If you are looking fro a crime story with a twist and humor.#sweetmelinda is a woman all man shoud fear.The author did a great job swallowing you in to the story and letting it unfold before your eyes was a quik read and the writting is flawless and real!!and just when you wanted you more, it ends with a cliffhanger.I enjoyed it and recommended ityou will thank me later

    9. Really enjoyed this book, read like three short stories that he brought together at the end. Everyday characters thrust into a gritty dark world by the circumstances they find themselves in. Seems like Lake Castor is a cesspool and for some they find their way out of there, one way or another.

    10. These are some of the most fucked up, unlikable characters I have encountered in a book in quite some time. And I say that with the highest praise possible. HASHTAG is a complex book, both to read and review. Going in, I assumed the story of Odie and and Jake, and their cross country trip robbing gas stations, repaying old debts, and chasing the Hollywood dream would make up most of the novel. But instead the book uses that original hook to show us multiple characters, their lives, and the choic [...]

    11. What a strange one to review.Hashtag operated in three different ways:- A novel- A collection of interrelated short stories- An oral history of crime in the SouthNovel: Hashtag was a cohesive story divided up primarily by the characters that populated each part and piece. There was the budding actor bound for Hollywood, the police deputy who got deeper into a particular crime than he thought, and a female serial killer. Each somehow stumbled on the other and managed to tie everything in a neat, [...]

    12. Imagine a Tarantino tale without the self-indulgence. Eryk Pruitt's structure here folds in upon itself very cleverly, and he often flashes a sly sense of humor. Being a Southerner, he comes by that aspect of his funny dialogue naturally. I ate this up in two short sittings and was well pleased. I knew Pruitt's work before from a couple of his short stories, but this got me to put his other novel on my list.

    13. Excellent crime novel of three stories that intersect. It's funny, violent, and sad like most good noir novels are. The dialog is on point. Odie Shanks and Melinda are both great characters. I recommend this for any fans of Thuglit or other really good indie crime writers such as Jedediah Ayres, Mike Monson, or J David Osborne. Pruitt is repping well for the Bull City, which is why I picked up his books in the first place. I look forward to more of his work!

    14. Pruitt brings us on a fun ride with the sleazy and the broken. Not a decent human being in the story andi loved it that way. Tells the stories of 3 FUBAR people, a noobie robber with a hunger for fame, a small town cop willing to get dirty to maintain his easy life, and a student turned tweaker turned road bandit. Good times!

    15. Has#tag is lots of fun. Three takes on how an ordinary action or occurrence can take on a life of its own, and quickly go beyond control. Good characters, all very human, doing very human things, digging themselves deeper and deeper into trouble.Pruitt's writing is seamless.

    16. Really murderous, often disturbing ThugLit, with a female protagonist on the run, murdering, mutilating and ruining lives along the way. Truly evil, but it is what it is and lives up to its genre roots.

    17. Has great reviews but I may have to try this one again later as I'm giving up a quarter of the way through. I'm a tolerant reader and will usually speed read through bad books just to learn why they are bad, but I just can't hang in there with this one. Not saying it is bad, just that the way it progresses is pushing me away. Right now I'd rather read a bad book that at least tries to keep me in the pocket than a better book that keeps trying to throw me overboard.

    18. A funny sad crime novel written by a rising star. As with such books, you may love it or you may hate it, but it won't bore you.

    19. not my type of book. Criminal action and life of a prisoner, bad language made me return the book without finishing it.

    20. Nothing earth-scatteringly fantastic about this little book, but nothing wrong with it either. Author has a good voice, characters are realistic, plot is well paced--all in all, a good read.

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