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Love & Death by Max Wallace
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Sep 15, 07

Recommended for: those wanting to believe fluff
Read in January, 2004

i could not put this book down when i read it, and i think it was a while ago, i was re-entering my disbelief about Kurt's death (subsequently Nirvana's which was part of the tragedy). It as entertaining but did not shed any convincing light on what happened. As a fan, it is not a must-read, i don't think. It portrays his life as a cryptic conspiracy that revolves around Courtney "the best sex in his life" (i think that was a quote from the book). Kurt's legacy is so much more than all of that - he was an artist who was robbed from this world, or rather, an artist that the world needed but neglected to learn from - that is the real crux of our generation's fallen hero.
don't watch the movie either.
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