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review 2017-11-13 16:34
Anger Is An Energy by John Lydon
Anger is an Energy: My Life Uncensored - John Lydon
Interesting bio from an interesting  man.
I feel like I sat down and had a conversation with Johnny Rotten about his life. I knew a bit about him, the bands he played in and even other things he has been up to. I feel like I know so much more now. Getting glimpses into the backstage part of the show, sort-to-speak.
What a story too! Being a fan I was completely enthralled throughout. Especially in those private moments where he talks about Sid, and Nancy too. I've always wondered about his point of view. Now I have it.
I do feel that he bounced around a lot when telling a story, I mean, if you have ever heard him talk then you probably get what I mean. He gets back to where he needs to be, but often gets sidetracked in the stories. 
It's all good though, and fans, like me, will eat it up!
Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2017/11/anger-is-energy-by-john-lydon-23.html
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review 2017-01-30 06:41
Little lies
Uncensored (The Manhattanites Book 7) - Avery Aster

This is the 7th book in The Manhattanites series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading in order.


Vive and Rod meet for the first time at the farm.  I say this term loosely since they are both recovering addicts who have had a lot to deal with over the last year.  Vive has great friends who want to help, and that makes all the difference.


Rod has had his life torn apart.  Nothing is the same.  He can actually say he has hit rock bottom, and lost everything.  When he comes face to face with his adversary, however, he is not sure at first how to react.  They both are hiding secrets that can change the course of the future for both of them.


I felt like this was the best book in the series.  It had such depth.  The characters had to really lose to win.  It was a very powerful story, infused with humor and heat.  The sexy times are really hot!  Great add on for The Manhattanites series.  I give this book a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!



***This copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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review 2017-01-23 14:00
Uncensored (The Manhattanites Book 7) by Avery Aster
Uncensored (The Manhattanites Book 7) - Avery Aster
Uncensored (The Manhattanites Book 7)Uncensored by Avery Aster
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As with all of the other books by Avery Aster that I have read, this is one HOT story! If you enjoy the Enemies to Lovers trope this is a perfect book for you.

You can see my entire review for this book as well as others on my blog: http://nadineisobsessedwithbooks.blog...


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review 2015-10-21 00:48
Lydon is an Energy
Anger is an Energy: My Life Uncensored - John Lydon,Derek Perkins

Besides enjoying his distinctive voice in Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited songs, I didn't know all that much about John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten).  Now I think I'm a little bit in love with him.  His heart is in the right place and he tirelessly champions the underdog.  Some bits felt a little rambly, but I didn't mind.  I felt I was kicking back and letting JL be a bit discursive when he felt like it.

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text 2015-06-28 17:47
Recent Book Buying
Notes from a Small Island - Bill Bryson
Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk - Legs McNeil,Gillian McCain
Close to Shore: The Terrifying Shark Attacks of 1916 - Michael Capuzzo
If a Pirate I Must Be... - Richard Sanders

These are the purchases from the last couple of weeks on Amazon US - you can check and see if they're still on sale or not. Mainly posting because I'm kind of amazed that I'm reaching my goal of buying (note I didn't say reading or finishing) books with more modern histories. Ok, slightly more modern. A bit.


Sadly I didn't post earlier because I am apparently turning into a large slug with the coming of summer. I'd love to blame it entirely on the heat - it was 99 degrees one day last week, which is a BIG deal if you take a bus that requires you to wait outside for it - but I think a lot of it may just be summer laziness. I seem to have a really weird, short attention span, and mostly want to read a bit, then doodle around with video games a bit, then read random things online.


Anyway, the books:


Notes from a Small Island - Bill Bryson

--No longer on sale. Some of Bryson's books are a bit hit or miss - I think there are only two of his that I really love. Will see how this one goes.


Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk - Gillian McCain and Legs McNeil

--No longer on sale, sorry. I remember reading McNeil in Spin and so I've been keeping an eye on getting this.


Close to Shore: The Terrifying Shark Attacks of 1916 - Michael Capuzzo

--Really short and some reviews aren't great, but hey, 1.99. At the moment I'm writing this it's still on sale.


If a Pirate I Must Be: The True Story of Black Bart, King of the Caribbean Pirates - Richard Sanders

--Still on sale at 1.99. It seemed to go well with the whole sharks+pirates=summer thing. Also I never want to spell it Caribbean - I want to put two r's in there and only one b. No idea why.


Now back to pretending to do errands and chores and actually shmoo-ing around my apartment. I'm very good at that. The shmooiing part.


...Odd, I can't edit my posting date. Anyone else having this issue?

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