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Crazy Little Thing Called Love

3.69  ·  Rating Details ·  16 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
She's on a stairway to heaven, he can barely manage the chords...

Hapless Will Harding hadn't imagined leading a life of glamour. But when he's offered the job of bass player in brand new Brighton band, Double Top, he finds it hard to resist. Particularly as the band's photographer is the stunningly sexy and slightly kooky Lauren Miles. A sassy rock chick with intriguing t
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Pan MacMillan
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Amy
Feb 29, 2016 Amy rated it liked it
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First read this as a teenager and had kept hold of it because I remember liking it a lot. Thought I'd give it a re-read as an adult.

Some of the situations the protagonist, Will, gets into do seem to my adult brain quite obvious and predictable the second time around. For example him going to a strip club called "Swinging Sixties": Will imagines it will be full of hot flower power babes giving out free love. It in fact turns out to be a club of couples in their sixties, swinging. Knowing that not
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Wan Kuah kacang
Jul 07, 2014 Wan Kuah kacang rated it it was amazing
it made me remember the feeling of growing up, falling in love for the first time, like deeply stupidly crazy in love. I can relate to that butterfly in my stomach, all the stupid new things i did as i grow up. Will is the kinda guy i would like. and he was weirdly adorable in his own way. If you ever fell in love, like really really fell in love, u'll love it. I Love it. Brilliant.
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Sep 26, 2016 Russell Mardell rated it it was amazing
Wonderfully funny read, with honest and sharp observations about what it is like to fall in love for the first time. Has a joyful humour to it with some laugh out loud moments. It also has a keen sense of time and place and there will be lots here that anyone growing up following the music scene of the early nineties will recognise, with some pointed digs at the Cool Britannia artifice that would dominate music soon after this story is set. Great fun.
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