Imperfect Days. "Levin's God" by Roger Wells. [review]
Australian Book Review
"Levin's God" is a two-part epic. The first half is a take on the Australian rock scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Singer-guitarist Levin Hoffman, on the strength of what people say are ‘great songs’, rapidly takes his band the Barking Dogs to the top of the charts. Levin — believe it or not — finds that success is hollow and that not even his devoted Indian-Australian girlfriend, Shelley, or his long-time friend-cum-manager, Lawrence, can rescue him from his indefinable angst. The second half of the book sees Levin in Thailand, where, lying low at a monastery after witnessing a horrific murder, he becomes a devotee of meditation.
Book review, Australian fiction
Nichols, David 2004. Imperfect Days. Review of "Levin's God" by Roger Wells. 'Australian Book Review', No 261, May, 45.