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Kissing Bowie Joan Norlev Taylor Kissing Bowie kissing Bowie is a psychological mystery novel mostly set in London in but also in the present day When Melbourne photographer Samantha Newell returns to London and confronts a guilty past she

  • Title: Kissing Bowie
  • Author: Joan Norlev Taylor
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  • Page: 299
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kissing Bowie Joan Norlev Taylor kissing Bowie is a psychological mystery novel, mostly set in London in 1980 but also in the present day When Melbourne photographer Samantha Newell returns to London and confronts a guilty past, she begins to write a confession She recounts the story of her Bowie obsessed friend Laura, a long lost love, cryptic notes and a mystery from the year 1980 As she tells of Laukissing Bowie is a psychological mystery novel, mostly set in London in 1980 but also in the present day When Melbourne photographer Samantha Newell returns to London and confronts a guilty past, she begins to write a confession She recounts the story of her Bowie obsessed friend Laura, a long lost love, cryptic notes and a mystery from the year 1980 As she tells of Laura s strange world of fantasy, reality and fear, can she face what she bitterly regrets In this follow up to her critically acclaimed novel Conversations with Mr Prain, Joan Taylor brings to life the gritty reality of a recent past and asks tough questions about the media and celebrity, then and now With a plot that twists and shocks, this novel is an intense and personal journey with a punky anti heroine and a window to the days when David Bowie ruled as revered youth icon.
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    1. I wanted to really like this book I was a teenager in the 80s, and with its 1980s setting, I expected this to be a book I could really relate too Sadly, I was disappointed.Kissing Bowie opens with Melbourne based, New Zealand born photographer Sam attending the opening of a retrospective of her work at a London art gallery, where she meets a young fan, who reminds Sam of her own younger self, taking her back to her first, and only previous, stay in London.And so we are taken back to 1980, as mod [...]

    2. This is an interesting and well written book set in London during the 1980s Sam, a New Zealander escaping a recent traumatic past, lands in London to meet up with her best friend Laura At first sight Laura is a lively, carefree, party girl who everyone is instantly attracted to Laura is obsessed with David Bowie and constantly fantasizes about him, telling everyone that she has a secret relationship with him Sam doesn t believe Laura has ever met David Bowie and worries that Laura is becoming ps [...]

    3. I received this from Library Thing to read and review This is the story of two girls who arrive in London in the 1980 s Laura is an over the top David Bowie fan She goes so far as to fantasize a relationship with him The other, Sam, is working through some problems herself, and really doesn t know quite how to deal with this or how to help her friend Laura The story is told by Sam, who, after a return to London, in retrospect, asks herself whether was something she could have done to help Laura [...]

    4. Read on Kindle.I received this e book for free from LibraryThing Early ReviewersKissing Bowie by Joan Taylor was one of those books you know the kind that as you are reading it you get sent off in six different directions trying to figure out who was doing what and why But the author was very up front, she gave you enough information to figure out what was going on if you didn t get distracted like the main character Samantha And if you remembered how the characters acted in the book you underst [...]

    5. This was an unexpectedly enjoyable read A very intriguing story with an unexpected outcome right at the end And if you have ever visited London, you will love the evocative descriptions of that amazing city Explores some pretty deep issues around identity, mental health, friendship Throughout the whole book there was a sense of something not quite right and the way the author unfolds the events was excellent.

    6. I received this ebook free for an honest review The memoirs of a famous photographer of 1980 London England as 2 girls arrive from New Zealand one an aspiring photographer, the other a Bowie fanatic Its their story and the story of the 1980 s I found the book interesting as it was about a time that I lived in London

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