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Kniha Heavier Than Heaven : The Biography of Kurt Cobain (Charles Cross) (Paperback) - Charles R. Cross

Heavier Than Heaven : The Biography of Kurt Cobain (Charles Cross) (Paperback)

Hodder & Stoughton General Division: ‘This superbly researched and harrowing book...The squalor is ghastly but the sheer...


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Hodder & Stoughton General Division: ‘This superbly researched and harrowing book...The squalor is ghastly but the sheer sadness of Cobain's brief life is beautifully conveyed here. Cross has painstakingly accumulated a wealth of telling detail...’ (Robert Sandall in THE SUNDAY TIMES )

‘Cross’s research is impeccable... he writes with a fine mixture of sympathy and sense, weeding the myth of all its lies and exaggerations, but never minimising the complexity of his subject. HEAVIER THAN HEAVEN is, or should be, the last word on Kurt Cobain.’ (Lynn Barber in the DAILY TELEGRAPH )

‘I was very glad to read this biography, the result of four years' research and 400 interviews, not to mention the sainted Kurt's police and medical records AND his unpublished journals. I was in hog heaven all the way through - in a caring, wistful way, of course.’ (Julie Birchill in THE GUARDIAN )

‘A biography worth reading. The book is especially good once we get past Cobain's squalid early years to the moment when he suddenly wakes up to find himself the most famous pop star in the world.’ (James Delingpole in THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH )

'Cross's portrayal of a shy but prodigiously gifted child, in artistic as well as musical terms, is a joy to read' (THE OBSERVER )

‘The secret here is that Cross was allowed unprecedented access to Cobain's world; his diaries, artworks and most significantly the people who surrounded him. Cross may vividly depict the seemingly inevitable demise of a rock star but he also successfully conveys just what all the fuss was about in the first place.’ (THE LIST )

Jazyk: anglický Rok vydania: 2002 Rozmer: 129×197 mm ISBN: 9780340739396 Počet strán: 400 Väzba: brožovaná

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