Book Download Wood, Talc And Mr. J: We Never Had It So Good… (The Rowlings Years, Book 1) by Chris Rose

Book Download Wood, Talc And Mr. J: We Never Had It So Good… (The Rowlings Years, Book 1) by Chris Rose

Wood, Talc And Mr. J: We Never Had It So Good... (The Rowlings Years, Book 1)

Wood, Talc and Mr J We never had it so good It s a time of great social and political upheaval industrial disputes and bullying unions, racial discord and the National Front 1978, it s a Britain on the brink It s also a Britain of definite youth cultures, when the wrong attire on the wrong street might equal a beating for your blunder, often regardless of your footb Wood, Talc and Mr J We never had it so good It s a time of great social and political upheaval industrial disputes and bullying unions, racial discord and the National Front 1978, it s a Britain on the brink It s also a Britain of definite youth cultures, when the wrong attire on the wrong street might equal a beating for your blunder, often regardless of your football allegiance A look back Without the rose tinted spectacles, but with hindsight and humour, and with poignancy and affection.The North.Phillip sees life in a simplistic if passionate way up or down, us and them, black, white and nothing in between When not doing his thing in Wigan s Casino Club voted The Greatest Disco in the World by Billboard Magazine Phillip hates the world Or at least he thinks he does He longs for the weekend, or a greater, permanent escape from the daily grind of factory life in an industrial town.With a little imagination, he might realise things midweek aren t that bad there s the loving family, the secure job amid mass unemployment, a relationship with the perfect young woman Or maybe he realises too late And all he d deemed important was only ever an illusion, his reflected image included.Coming full circle by way of loss and loss, you would hope lessons are learned The book progresses through myriad dream sequences, interwoven song themes, a father s philosophical ramblings, ever blackening wit, leitmotif or seemingly recurring scenes is someone laughing at our hero And Phillip s own, lyrical, strut like, black or white manner.Dancehall adventures via train rides to Heaven, scooter cruising almost coast to coast Beneath the pier encounters with the opposite sex, et al set against the birth of Scargill and Thatcher feuding

Title : Wood, Talc And Mr. J: We Never Had It So Good… (The Rowlings Years, Book 1)
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