Punk and Zen – Part 1: The Remix by JD Glass

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Author: JD Glass


What happens when you remix and remake? When you’re a DJ and a musician, you take what you have and you build on it. And that’s exactly what Nina does. She’s got nothing but her drive and her dreams, doesn’t feel too much, doesn’t trust anyone, and love—well, that’s something for some day, some time, but not right now, not when she’s got her band to work with and a future to build, not when she knows all she has to offer is her hope and her ideals. But sometimes, for some people, the right ones, that’s exactly the right thing. Thing is, does Nina know it?

Forget what you think you know—because this DJ’s cut goes deep.

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Publication Date

January 2018


epub, mobi, and pdf


3rd edition


102,000 words




978-3-95533-919-7 (mobi), 978-3-95533-920-3 (epub), 978-3-95533-921-0 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

2 reviews for Punk and Zen – Part 1: The Remix by JD Glass

  1. Karola Meyer
    Rated 4 out of 5


    ***free ARC
    This was my first book in the punk series. Maybe that was a fault. I think it really helps to understand the relationships between Nina, Fran and Samantha. I sometimes lost track in what was happening in the past or present. And why Nina was having these feelings/thoughts about Fran and Samantha. A little confusing from time to time. All in all a good book, but I recommand to read the other books first.

  2. Jane Shambler
    Rated 5 out of 5


    So, this is my favorite author so please forgive me if I sound a little bias. Just thought I should get that out there. Also, if I’m honest you would do yourself a favor if you read Punk Like Me First.

    I find Glass writes with a very raw vitality. Some people find her confusing. But she is a very focused writer but doesn’t deal with the frilly romance. Her’s is down and dirty. Love touches everyone and we react through our experiences. Nina’s experiences aren’t good and her reactions are of a person who is careful and protects herself. You will learn of Nina’s experiences in Punk Like Me and then maybe your understanding will be easier.

    Nina is very serious about her music and Glass reveals this constantly. She is also serious about any relationships but she doesn’t allow people to touch. Except her two best friends Kitt and Sam. With these two she has history of good times and fun times.

    This is a great book. But I’ve found in the past people either love or hate Glass. If you read her books in order you will achieve a better knowledge and understanding. Enjoy!

    *ARC provided by publisher via Ylva Publishing*

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