Logic’s novel, Supermarket, debuted number one on the The New York Times’ Paperback Trade Fiction Best Sellers list. It’s a remarkable achievement: According to Pitchfork, Logic is the first rapper to have a novel go number one on a New York Times Best Seller list. (Sorry, 50 Cent.)
Supermarket, which was published by powerhouse Simon & Schuster, is the story of a depressed young man named Flynn working in a supermarket in a rural town. Flynn’s life is turned upside down when the supermarket becomes a crime scene.
There is also a soundtrack accompanying the book.
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