In February 1995, Richey Edwards checked out of a London hotel instead of flying to the US with the rest of the Manic Street Preachers. There were a few subsequent sightings but then nothing. His body was never found, and he was declared legally dead in November 2008. Now Richard tells the story of his life a and disappearance a as he might have told it. aThis moving, tender novel tells the story of a lost boy adrift in a world that he canat make sense ofa Marie Claire aMyers deserves credit not only for adding a third dimension to Edwards, but for trying a fourth, for attempting to document a period of his life that seems destined to remain a mysterya The Times aA sympathetic and sad imagining of the boy who became a reluctant pop idola Time Out aHarrowing and hauntingly sada MojoThe band do their best to accommodate you, but you know they dona#39;t understand how much youa#39;re hurting right now. In an attempt ... multitude of thoughts do battle in your head at any given moment, which makes it impossible to read a book or write lyrics. ... You dona#39;t answer the phone because you choose not to have one.
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2010-11-05|