Category Archives: Nick Hornby

31 Songs, Nick Hornby (My Younger Years)

I read Nick Hornby’s 31 songs over several days. It was a good book to dip into from time to time when I had a few spare minutes.   It’s a book of essays/articles that use Hornby’s 31 songs as … Continue reading

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Funny Girl, Nick Hornby

Nick Hornby was another safe bet. Another author who could be trusted to help me out of the book-reading difficulties I had last year. One of the appealing things about Funny Girl was its nostalgia; there were a lot of … Continue reading

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Juliet Naked by Nick Hornby

Duncan’s life is centred on his obsession with musician Tucker Crowe. His idea of a good holiday is a pilgrimage visiting sites of “relevance” to Crowe’s career. Juliet is Crowe’s most successful album, after which he disappeared into anonymity, until … Continue reading

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