21 Nights takes the reader from the passenger seat of a limousine zipping through the streets of London to his sleeping quarters in a luxury hotel. In between we see him and his phenomenal band of musicians, singers and dancers backstage in the make up room to onstage, bathed in purple lights and a fog of gray smoke. Like a movie-in-a-book, readers are taken on his journey from London to Prague, in a style that takes glam rock to a new level.
Then there is poetry and lyrics that reveal the heart and soul of Prince--in addition to his incomparable talent. Going beyond the catchy hook, he expresses himself on everything from the destructive forces of war, greed and superficiality the life giving energy of love, beauty, and--of course--music.
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Perhaps the most enigmatic and tight-lipped of modern rock stars, St. Nicholas says in her introduction that ""to know him is to know that you probably will never really know him and to question that is a waste of time."" Images reveal quiet joy and pronounced solitude, pensiveness and passion, l...| Read Full Review of 21 Nights
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