Books, Movies, Rhythm, Blues (Penguin Special)

Twenty Years of Writing about Film, Music and Books

» Nick Hornby

Penguin
ePub eBook : 26 Sep 2013

£1.99

Synopsis

Books, Movies, Rhythm, Blues is the companion volume to Fan Mail, Nick Hornby's collection of writings on football. This second collection brings together the best of his other non-fiction pieces, on film and tv, writers and painters and music, and including one exceptional fragment of autobiography. With subject matter ranging from the Sundance Festival to Abbey Road Studios, from P.G. Wodehouse to The West Wing, these are pieces that 'were written for fun, or because I felt I had things to say and time to say them, or because the commissions were unusual and imaginative, or because ... I was being asked to go somewhere I had never been before.'

This Penguin Special, available exclusively as an ebook, can be read in two hours or less. It will be loved by readers of High Fidelity and About a Boy, as well as fans of Hornby everywhere.

Nick Hornby has captivated readers and achieved widespread critical acclaim for his comic, well-observed novels About a Boy, High Fidelity, How to be Good, A Long Way Down (shortlisted for the Whitbread Award), Slam and Juliet, Naked. His four additional works of non-fiction, Fever Pitch, 31 Songs (shortlisted for the National Book Critics Circle Award), The Complete Polysyllabic Spree and Pray are also available from Penguin.

Product details

Format : ePub eBook
ISBN: 9780241968925
Size : 0 x 0mm
Pages : 64
Published : 26 Sep 2013
Publisher : Penguin

Books, Movies, Rhythm, Blues (Penguin Special)

Twenty Years of Writing about Film, Music and Books

» Nick Hornby

£1.99


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