Kindle Books by Larry David

Larry David is the author of Fish in the Dark (2015), A Way in the Life (2013), Benjamin Franklinstein Meets the Fright Brothers (2011), Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! (2011) and , Elvis Costello, Joni Mitchell, and the Torch Song Tradition (2004).

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Fish in the Dark

release date: Apr 06, 2015
Fish in the Dark
From the comic genius behind Curb Your Enthusiasm—a play with “a perfect second-act twist, and a solid last-minute kicker” (Vulture). Fish in the Dark marked Seinfeld co-creator Larry David’s playwriting debut, his Broadway debut—and his first time acting on stage since eighth grade. David starred as Norman Drexel, a man in his fifties who is average in most respects, except for his hyperactive libido. As Norman, his more successful brother Arthur, their elderly mother, and a host of other characters try to navigate the death of a loved one, old acquaintances and unsettled arguments resurface—with hilarious consequences.

A Way in the Life

release date: Jul 19, 2013
A Way in the Life
Larry David has an inspiring way of making a long story short and getting to the heart of the matter with these selected poems and Scriptures. A Way in the Life offers comfort and hope for negative emotions such as worry, loneliness, rejection, anger, and fear. Other topics include contentment, perseverance, joy, encouragement, and learning from past mistakes.

Benjamin Franklinstein Meets the Fright Brothers

release date: Sep 01, 2011
Benjamin Franklinstein Meets the Fright Brothers
The next book in the hilarious series about history's greatest undead inventors! Before Victor can figure out why Benjamin Franklin awoke from his two-hundred-plus years of sleep, giant bat planes and mysterious attacks bring mayhem to Philadelphia. Only two of history's inventors could pilot such high-flying creations--the famous Wright brothers! But the red-eyed brothers don't seem quite like themselves . . . could the brothers really want to take over Philadelphia--and can Victor and his friends crash their plans in time?

Benjamin Franklinstein Lives!

release date: Aug 04, 2011
Benjamin Franklinstein Lives!
Victor Godwin, a serious-minded boy genius living in Philadelphia, discovers that Ben Franklin never died - he was put into suspended animation, and was hidden away for more than 200 years in Victor's basement! An accident re-awakens Ben centuries before he was supposed to be, and there's a problem - when Ben runs low on energy, he turns into a rampaging monster desperately hungry for electricity! All this while Victor is trying to take first place in the school science fair. But with one of history's preeminent scientists helping out, what could go wrong? "Victor is one of the funniest nerds in children's literature." - School Library Journal "A welcome diversion to pass the hours between scoring science-fair ribbons and exploding . . . home chemistry sets." - Booklist

Elvis Costello, Joni Mitchell, and the Torch Song Tradition

release date: Jan 01, 2004
Elvis Costello, Joni Mitchell, and the Torch Song Tradition
Explores how the torch song tradition combined with the force of personality in two major singer-songwriters, examining their respective life's work and the ways in which they reflect the artists' similar and different outlooks on their world.
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