I bought this book off one of my followers on Tumblr. Hed written a book about music and relationships, and growing up, and I thought, what do I love more than those things in a book? So I went to the page hed set up, and I bought a copy. It arrived in the post about two weeks later, and I set it aside for a bit while I finished other books off.When I finally got around to reading it, I was pleasantly surprised, whilst there were a few grammar issues and a lack of gaps between paragraphs (which made for hard reading sometimes) the book was genuinely pretty well written.
Its the story of the author growing up, but its fictional. Each chapter is a song and the book is mixtape.I really enjoyed how real it was. It had no sugar-coating, and it was raw. Id definitely read anything Nick Orsini wrote in the future. He has that voice that knows that music is a defining part of life, and thats what I like when reading a book.