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Posted December 9, 2008
Led Zeppelin was the biggest rock band in its time and for twelve years they rocked the world. This Book By Keith Shadwick explains in detail about Led Zeppelin. For example how they came together, all of the tours they went on, their albums, and the end of the band. Also this book talks about what was going on during this time peroid like the Veitnam war, Nixon being president, and the rise of a new rock generation. There are a few different themes and messages in this book like one exampe is that the future is unpredictable. One peice of evidence that could support this is while on tour Robert Plant's son dies and it ended the tour. Somethings I like was that there was pictures of the band, how it talked about certain albums and tours, and how easy the vocab was. Somethings I didn't like was how discriptive it was. There was way to much information in this book so after a while it got boring to read unless there was a picture or something on the page. Someone should read this book to get very specific information about the band. Someone should not read this book if they were bored becasue this book can isn't that exciting. If your were to read this book you would need to be commited because its very long and it has a lot of facts. If you like this book I would recommend Jimi Hendrix: Musician this book is also factual.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.