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Shampoo Planet
Shampoo Planet
Author: Douglas Coupland
Shampoo Planet is the rich and dazzling point where two worlds collide -- those of 1960s parents and their 1990s offspring, "Global Teens." Raised in a hippie commune, Tyler Johnson is an ambitious twenty-year-old Reagan youth, living in a decaying northwest city and aspiring to a career with the corporation whose offices his mother once firebom...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780671755065
ISBN-10: 0671755064
Pages: 312
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  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Washington Square Press
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 1
I have had this kicking around for some time and finally read it. An interesting book. The inside has the Element Chart but re-written; very funny. A story of young people in a small town, their lives, how they pass the time, how they survive in a town where the entire economy has gone kaput with the closing of "The Plants".

Great characters.
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reviewed Shampoo Planet on + 9 more book reviews
The second novel by Generation X author Coupland, his best in my opinion. I love this book!
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One of Coupland's earlier works, peopled with character you can love, despite their imperfections, and satire galore.
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Shampoo Planet was written in 1992 after Generation X. Coupland at his best, a must for any fan.
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Fast read, really sharp and funny.


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