The King of fine Intentions II via la songwriter and novelist John Andrew Fredrick selections up the place we left off cliffhangingly, uncertain even if John and Jenny, the bright and fascinating on-again/off-again couple who play within the fictitious fledgling indie band the unusual Sisters, will get a divorce or notas a pair or because the valuable participants of a getting-great band.
Reconciled after an infidelity-that-can-be-explained or at the very least atoned for, King II opens because the bizarre Sisters are on travel through the fateful day Kurt Cobain's suicide is introduced. This undeniably hilarious sequel pits the little jangle pop band we are rooting for opposed to an evil checklist label CEO'd by means of a man who believes in extraterrestrial beings, a number of nefarious bookers and sound men, drunken "punters," and lunatics and maniacs galore that Jenny, John, bassist Rob, and new and uproariously ridiculous new drummer Raleigh come across at the zany road.
A indispensable L.A. novel besides, King II unearths John, the not-so-humble yet endearing narrator, faced via yet one more challenge of the femme fatale variety, in addition to grappling together with his deepening love for and attachment to Jenny, his attractive female friend and bandmate and previous piano prodigy.
As II ends (with John getting a role as a P.A. on probably the main ludicrous video shoot in rock history), it units up The hole Crown, a 3rd installmentfor Fredrick, with no intending to, and nearly by accident, has written a goddam trilogy.