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  • Paperback
  • 192
  • End Of '77
  • Richard Sheridan
  • English
  • 20 October 2018
  • 9780340428573

1 thoughts on “End Of '77

  1. says:

    A disappointing book Set as the title suggests in 197778 – the height of the punk era – around members of a punk band their family and connectionsI expected to be lifted back to those raw and exciting times for me at least but I wasn't The novel could have applied to almost any time Yes there were token punks skins Hells Angels et al Andy the skinhead is a softie and his first lay is a black girl he's only a token racist The 16 year old drummer of the band is sexually uite experienced and wanders off to the USA with an American girl His aunt a DJ has the hots for a guitarist in the band Not a great deal else happensI found the way the novel jumped from scene to scene very confusing and I didn't feel it was very well written

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End Of '77

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1977 the year when punk rose up spiky and socking in the city streets when MOR music and manners were rudely interrupted a.

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About the Author: Richard Sheridan

Richard Sheridan is the pseudonym used by Dan Bowling the son of the novelist Paddy Kitchen and the artist Frank Bowling The author was born in 1962 and brought up in London He was expelled from school in 1977 He was a drummer for the seventies' band The Lurkers as well as a songwriter and record producer He died at the age of 39 of a drink related illness