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The Twenty Seven Club: A darkly comic tale of friendship, hope and fandom (Paperback)
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The Twenty Seven Club: A darkly comic tale of friendship, hope and fandom (Paperback)

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Paperback 232 Pages / Published: 21/01/2021
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Publisher: Lark
ISBN: 9781838374402
Number of pages: 232
Dimensions: 203 x 127 mm

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“The 27 Club”

Emma has just found out that Kurt Cobain has died, aged 27. So many other musicians have also died aged 27. Her dad thinks they have sold their souls to the devil in exchange for being genius musicians and the price... More

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“A great read full of 90's nostalgia!”

This was a great read, full of 90's nosalgia and well-drawn characters. It was fun, witty and didn't shy away from dealing with anxiety, albeit it in a realistic and senstive way. I was initially drawn to... More

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“Fantastic & Incredibly Funny”

Although the death of Kurt Cobain didn't have as much of an impact on me as it did on Emma, a working-class rock music fan from Hull, I still really enjoyed reading The Twenty Seven Club by Lucy Nichol.

Emma... More

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