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P. Stephenson: I See A Darkness – book review"
Alexander Garvey Holbrook reviews the debut novel by P. Stephenson, a novel which uses live alternative music, football and ‘a dark hobby’ to answer the question “Can anyone honestly claim to know their family and close friends?”
Ian Brennan: Sister Maple Syrup Eyes – book review"
Music producer Ian Brennan releases his book Sister Maple Syrup Eyes, Louder Than War’s Mary O’Meara reviews.
Jolly Lad by John Doran – book review"
John Doran’s book, Jolly Lad, owes its fascination to authors like Graham Greene and Henry Miller, but with a post-punk, grimy edge akin to someone like Abel Ferrara.
Sex and Drugs and Rebel Tours: David Tossell – book review"
Brilliant study of an often unbelievable cricketing decade.
Love In Vain: The Story of the Ruts & Ruts DC by Roland Link: book review"
“A story that is as real and brutal as it is joyous and righteous”. There is unlikely to be a better ‘rock book’ out this year.