The Lost Chord



➹ [Read] ➵ The Lost Chord By Tony Bailie ➼ – E17streets4all.co.uk The Lost Chord is the story of a peculiarly Irish rock legend as seen through the eyes of Manus Brennan, Duil s rhythm guitarist and former Belfast buskerPicked up by the luckiest of flukes to join Gi The Lost Chord is the story of a peculiarly Irish rock legend as seen through the eyes of Manus Brennan, Duil s The Lost Epub / rhythm guitarist and former Belfast buskerPicked up by the luckiest of flukes to join Gino and his not so merry men, Manus lives to the full the rock and roll lifestyle As he happily admits in his recounting of the Gino legend, Manus leaves no cliche unturned the boredom of touring, the drugs, the groupies, the joy and freedom of playing before thousands, the unexpected liberations of songwriting, the waste of money and the excesses of egoAnd yet at the centre of it all is Gino One of the lads and yet always unknowable, whose sudden disappearance turns everyone s world upside downWritten with the verve and brio of Gino s press interviews, Tony Bailie s debut novel is a sardonic and entertaining romp through rock mythology.The Lost Chord

Tony Bailie is an Irish novelist, poet, and journalist His third novel A Verse to Murder was published as an ebook in The Lost Epub / His previous two novels, ecopunks and The Lost Chord were both published in paperback by Lagan Press He has also written two collection of poems, Coill, and Tranquillity of Stone both published by Lapwing PublicationHis story The Druid s Dance appeared in the award winning Irish crime fiction anthology Requiems for the Departed published in June by Morrigan BooksHe had three haiku included in Bamboo Dreams an anthology of Irish HaikuIndividual poems and short stories have been published in various journals and magazinesHe plays guitar and occasionally sings with the band Samson Stone.

Paperback  Ê The Lost Chord MOBI à The Lost  Epub /
    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader Gino legend, Manus leaves no cliche unturned the boredom of touring, the drugs, the groupies, the joy and freedom of playing before thousands, the unexpected liberations of songwriting, the waste of money and the excesses of egoAnd yet at the centre of it all is Gino One of the lads and yet always unknowable, whose sudden disappearance turns everyone s world upside downWritten with the verve and brio of Gino s press interviews, Tony Bailie s debut novel is a sardonic and entertaining romp through rock mythology."/>
  • Paperback
  • 206 pages
  • The Lost Chord
  • Tony Bailie
  • 04 February 2018
  • 1904652344 Other Editions None found All Editions

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