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Bowie's Bookshelf:

The Hundred Books

that Changed David

Bowie's Life

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“Former Time Out editor Oâ€Connell does an outstanding job … An artful and wildly

enthralling path for Bowie fans in particular and book lovers in general.― —Publishers

Weekly (starred review)“You can only truly know a pop star through his bookshelf. John

O'Connell's brilliant, gossipy book gives you a whole new secret David Bowie: the reader. This is

the unwritten Bowie book that needed writing.― —Caitlin Moran, bestselling author of How to

Be a Woman“Okay, so not technically a memoir. But Oâ€Connell works off and analyzes

material that Bowie himself provided late in his life: the 100 books that changed his life.― —

Entertainment Weekly, “Biggest Music Memoirs Being Published this Fall― roundup“Oâ€Connellâ€s

diligently documented book on the literary influences on David Bowie

is a fantastic voyage… His introduction is informative and crucial in framing Bowieâ€s library;

itâ€s also very entertaining… An exciting book.― —Booklist“O'Connell, a veteran music

journalist, gamely delivers brief essays on each title, with context on what influence Bowie might

have drawn from them… There are a few surprising anecdotes—e.g., Alberto Denti di Pirajno's

obscure 1956 memoir, A Grave for a Dolphin directly inspired Bowie's classic song 'Heroes'…

O'Connell's approach does underscore the range and playfulness in Bowie's reading, from hefty

tomes on the Russian Revolution to laddish comic books like The Beano … Enlightening.― —

Kirkus“A revealing look at the artist.― —Furthermore“If youâ€re also a fan of David

Bowie, youâ€ll likely love this insight into his mind.― —Book Riot John Oâ€Connell is a

former Senior Editor at Time Out and music columnist for The Face. He is now freelance writing

mainly for The Times and The Guardian. He interviewed David Bowie in New York in 2002. He

lives in south London. Â

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