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Killing Bono

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  • Posted March 7, 2011

    Great book with or without U2

    When I first saw the title of this book I was horrified because I am a HUGE U2 fan and Bono worshipper. Upon reading the subtitle and brief description of the book I ordered it immediately. (My first Nook purchase!) It is a very well written story filled with McCormick's 'memories' and plenty of U2 references. I truly felt like I was there right along McCormick and the boys from U2 (don't I wish!! ) Any true U2 fan will thoroughly enjoy this book. It is a fun read as McCormick is very funny with equal parts sarcasm and an almost unhealthy optimism. I recommend this book to any and all U2 fans who crave a peek into their past and their beginnings. It made me appreciate them even more....these insanely huge internationally known super rock stars that came from nothing and in some cases, tragedy (motherless). I loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2004

    Wiked

    This book was very good. I fealt how bad this character wanted to get famous, just like how I want to be famous, and all the crushing points in the music industry. It shows that it is not easy to live out your dream, that even if you try your hardest it might still not work out.

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