The Immortal Author:Walter Ross The compelling story of a young movie star in dungarees who lived on after death. — Rebel in blue jeans. As an actor, Johnny Preston was a combination of James Dean, MArlon Brando and the Devil. — As a human being, he was a mixture of child, man - and time bomb. — Other actors envied him. Producers hated him. Teen-agers copied him. Audiences idoliz... more »ed him. Women loved him. And so did a certain kind of man.
Johnny didn't care. He'd try anything. Fast cars. . .books. . . bongo drums. . . marijuana. . . people. . . For him, an experience was neither good nor bad, but something to be bitten into like bread, tasted like wine and spat out like garbage.
Here ia the best-selling, outspoken novel about a wild young actor in dungarees who becomes the symbol of today's teen-age rebellion.