Talking to Girls about Duran Duran: One Young Man's Quest for True Love and a Cooler Haircut
Publish date: July 15th 2010
Publisher: Plume Books
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Though dedicated to his second wife, the book is more about Rob's love for ('80s) music and his sisters, above anything else. I can totally understand his obsession for '80s, music since I'm a sucker for it myself (I can totally kick your ass at SongPop when it comes to '80s and '90s, thank you very...
Not as good as Love is a Mixtape, but very enjoyable none the less.
Temporarily shelving this for now since my 10-minute drive to work isn't enough time to keep my attention.
Liked the parts of Duran Duran especially. Parts made me laugh out loud, or read them aloud to my husband.
It took me less than three days to finish Rob Sheffield's equivalent of a sophomore album - his second book, Talking to Girls About Duran Duran. I was a huge fan of his memoir, Love is a Mix Tape, so I had high hopes for this book too.Now I didn't live through the 80s, I'm not a Duran Duran fan, not...
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