I have bought or borrowed the following books today :
'Feel' : Chris Heath
This is a biography of UK popstar Robbie Williams. It came third in The Observers list of the 50 greatest music books ever. The Observer says "Even if you don't have the slightest interest in Robbie Williams, this is still one of the great rock documents of our time. It is about what it feels like to be a pop star, to live inside the claustrophobia of fame."
'Chronicles' : Bob Dylan
This book came second in the above list."The most extraordinary intimate autobiography by a twentieth-century legend ever written".
The Libertines Bound Together : A. Thornton/R. Sargent.
Apparently I have to read this book so that I 'understand' - my Libertines loving friend informs me....
'Perfume' : P. Suskind
"..a fantastic tale of murder and twisted eroticism." Might have known it's a favourite of AK's.