Ladies and Gentlemen...The Redeemers

Ladies and Gentlemen The Redeemers Bert Ingram a former music industry rep has lost his way Desperate for redemption he puts together a band recruiting musicians each with the need to overcome a significant obstacle in his life The

  • Title: Ladies and Gentlemen...The Redeemers
  • Author: Michael Scott Miller
  • ISBN: 9781452340029
  • Page: 375
  • Format: ebook
  • Bert Ingram, a former music industry rep, has lost his way Desperate for redemption, he puts together a band, recruiting musicians each with the need to overcome a significant obstacle in his life The mix of personalities and backgrounds threatens to derail the band at every opportunity, but in time, the Redeemers realize they have to gain from one another than theyBert Ingram, a former music industry rep, has lost his way Desperate for redemption, he puts together a band, recruiting musicians each with the need to overcome a significant obstacle in his life The mix of personalities and backgrounds threatens to derail the band at every opportunity, but in time, the Redeemers realize they have to gain from one another than they could have imagined.

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    • Darcia Helle says:

      What if that bum you walk by every day is a brilliant saxophonist? Or suppose the slacker kid washing dishes at your local diner has enormous potential as a world class drummer but just needs someone to believe in him? These people exist. Often, the only difference between success and obscurity is one chance encounter.This is a story of redemption. But it's also fun, well-written, and full of characters that grab hold of you and won't let you go. A truly great read.

    • RJ says:

      Good novels captivate your attention for a while and get praised as “page turners.” Great novels go much further by generating an emotional response that makes them memorable for years to come. “Ladies and Gentlemen…The Redeemers” definitely leaves a lasting impression that will continue to entertain you long after you’ve turned that last page.It’s about a former recording company talent scout whose fall from grace was so severe that he landed on a heating grate in San Francisco, a [...]

    • Maria says:

      This is a wonderful book, well written and entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Ladies and Gentlemen The Redeemers, tells the story of Bert Ingram, a once successful music rep who worked for a major record company. Now facing middle-age, he finds himself destitute with nothing to show for the years he spent following his dream and the passion he has for music and spotting great talent. His former colleagues have given up on him and he seems destined to spend the rest of his life as an outcast. [...]

    • Sheri says:

      Ladies and Gentlemen The Redeemers (Michael Scott Miller)Bert Ingram, once a successful music rep, now middle aged and washed up but not washed out , is determined to put together a band. He brings together a unique blend of gifted musicians. Abe, the Blind African American, he finds singing Motown in the San Fransisco train station.Charlie, the frugal saxophone playing jazz musician from Kansas City, who has a problem with gambling.Dave a classical pianist with a talent for writing music. He le [...]

    • Julie Powell says:

      A story filled with rich and colourful characters whose interaction make it believable and enjoyable. I love a tale that pulls us through the trials and tribulations of fulfilling a dream.Not only music fans will relate to this welcoming tale.Great writing, Michael and thanks for sending 'Redeemers' to me.

    • Heavensent1 says:

      Ladies And GentlemanThe Redeemers is a fictional account of one mans rise from the gutter.Bert Ingram was once a successful rep in the music industry who, through his own self-torture, loses it all, his career, his family and his contacts. One day he is living the good life, the next he's wearing clothes from the garbage and sleeping on a heat vent in some run-down neighbourhood.One afternoon, while working the subways for his next meal, he happens upon a blind guitar player, named Abe, singing [...]

    • Susan Gottfried says:

      (This review has been cross-posted at West of Mars Rocks 'n Reads and POD People)I'd been hearing about this Michael Scott Miller dude and his book, Ladies and Gentlemen The Redeemers for awhile now. My friend, author Darcia Helle, told me she thought I needed to read it. How could I say no?Ladies and Gentlemen The Redeemers is a heck of a tale. It's the story of down-on-his-luck Bert, who decides to take a bunch of misfits and miscreants and turn them into the band that'll end his down-on-his-l [...]

    • PepperP0t says:

      4.75stars for me. What an unexpectedly fabulous indie read. I have had this for almost two years and decided to read it as part of a challenge. It never should have sat unread on my shelf for so long. It is a story about second chances. It is a story about perseverance. It is a story about following your dream. It also shows that accepting help from others doesn’t make you weak. This story proves the adage that it doesn’t matter that you fell down – it matters that you get up. The synopsis [...]

    • LK Hunsaker says:

      I'm a big music fan and so I naturally veer toward music stories, especially by indie authors. I enjoyed the concept of the Redeemers and Miller had some memorable characters that helped make the story fun. It was a fast read, so not a big time investment. Unfortunately, the execution is lacking. It felt like the draft instead of a finished and polished story. It was 'told' not shown, with little depth, which made it feel rushed and with the idea that the concept was more important than the actu [...]

    • Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews says:

      Talented musicians, musical passion, friends, and their band.You will receive a lesson in compassion and determination and realize that one's life can be turned around at any age. The dialogue among the characters makes up most of the bookt much narration. The characters are very interesting and very well described. The main character is trying to resurrect a band not only to return to the life he once had, but also to get gifted musicians together. He and each character are believable. If you a [...]

    • Farrah says:

      Ladies and Gentlemen…The Redeemers is a fairly inspirational short read that just makes you feel good afterwards. The characters Miller put together in this novel felt like real people and has you realizing that one can do whatever they put their mind to no matter what others might be telling them. You saw their imperfections and struggles. You saw them get through their issues and grow. You see them learn from each other and work together no matter how different their backgrounds are. It’s [...]

    • LuAnn says:

      Fun! That’s the best word to describe this story about a group of misfits who “band” together to make something of themselves. Each member is a qualified musician who for whatever reason has never been able to break into the business on his own. Enter Bert Ingram, who was basically kicked out of the industry years before and is determined to get back into his groove. After months of practice, they finally begin to get some gigs. But will they succeed?I really enjoyed this story by first-ti [...]

    • Al says:

      Ladies and Gentleman is the adult version of a bunch of kids saying, “let’s start a band,” which sounds like an entertaining read to me for that reason alone. However, it is also (as this line stolen from the book puts it), “a lesson in persistence, perseverance, salesmanship, and faith.” The main characters in this book are much different (which is where a fair portion of the story conflict comes from), but each needs “redemption” for different reasons. Even the wild card in the b [...]

    • Jo Notary says:

      288p Ladies and Gentlemen 26The Redeemers tells the story of Bert Ingram, once a successful rep in the music industry, who has lost his way. Desperate for redemption, the perpetual dreamer decides to put together a band, recruiting musicians who have only one thing in common: the need to overcome a significant obstacle in their lives. The volatile mix of the musicians' personalities and backgrounds threatens to derail the band at every opportunity, but in time, the Redeemers begin to realize the [...]

    • Julie says:

      I don't know how I managed to miss adding this to my list or review it at my blog when I was done reading it. Unfortunately, it's now been a couple months and my memory for detail isn't what it was when I was younger (one reason I try to write a review immediately when I finish a book).I do recall that I enjoyed this book and that it was an interesting story of redemption for people who have lost their way, for whatever reason, and the struggle to "make it" in the music business, which can be n [...]

    • Amanda says:

      I chose this one on a whim from my Kobo library. It was an okay book for not being my usual fare. The narrative is strong and the witing flows well. Though we're given glimpses of the characters and what they're like, we're not really immersed into the world of one character over the other. Conflicts are quickly resolved, so there's not a wide range of emotions coming from this read. However, it does give some warm fuzzies in parts. Good for a light read on a rainy afternoon.

    • Susan Wright says:

      As a music lover (especially blues) the review of this book on Kindle Nation definitely caught my attention. I found the book very positive and uplifting, if not totally believeable (after all it is fiction). The band came together and throughout their ups and downs came through for each other when it was important.I highly recommend the book for anyone who wants a good, quick, entertaining book that reminds you that people aren't always what they appear at first glance.Enjoy

    • Joe Faust says:

      This readable indie novel about a down-and-out manager who assembles a band of others in need if a second chance suffers from the typical indie novel malady: too much tell and not enough show. In fact, the book is mostly show. However, the author does know how to push emotional buttons, though, and should produce interesting work as his writing improves.

    • vvb says:

      The comraderie and passion for musical performance held my attention throughout this story.I loved watching the formation and growth of a music band. The interesting twist is that the band members are not all young hotties.

    • P.S. Winn says:

      Bert Ingram is a misfit and as such it makes sense that the band he puts together are misfits too. This is a great contemporary story of life, the soul and friendship. i enjoyed the story and look forward to more from this author.

    • Jeremy Potter says:

      The premise is good, but the writing is average, the characters are two dimensional, and the way the story concludes is all too predictable. There were some good moments, but ultimately it's really not worth your time.

    • Julie says:

      This book just made me happy!!

    • Linda says:

      I guess that I enjoyed it. It is a never give up story. Believe in yourself. Easy read.

    • Judy says:

      I loved this book it is a different then i read but it read well and was good

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