Some of our "greatest hits"
You’ve heard all the gossip, now read Brian’s side of the story! Talks a lot about the early years, the Landy years, and his struggles to become healthy and stable. Sort of sad and strange, but still funny at times, and very Brian. Recommended for any Beach Boys fan. - Kat
From the filth and the fury of the Bowery and beyond, straight from the mouths of those responsible, comes the most authentic history of punk – possibly ever written. REQUIRED READING! - Krombie
Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney and Portlandia relates both the heart-breaking and empowering moments from her enthralling life – from D.I.Y. punk to second wave feminist icon. Perfect for anyone who rolls their eyes at “What’s it like to be a woman in x?” - Andy
Paul Johnson’s life of Mozart is wonderful – he died young! Short and eventful.
Heartwarming and lovely and fun, the story of Bowie’s early career in the late 60s, as told from the perspective of his house. - Kat
Weirdly fascinating interviews with all kinds of writers. From years of meticulous editing (Leonard Cohen) to simply being a conduit for the voice of God (Jackson Browne?). Truly. Ends up a rangy exploration of the craft.
Though she focuses more on her undying love for Robert Mapplethorpe than on herself or her career, I have found this beautifully composed memoir to be very inspirational. – Kat