Here Comes the Nice by Jeremy Reed

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Here Comes the Nice is novel as time-machine, taking the reader back to the raw early gigs of the Rolling Stones, the Who, the Small Faces, and behind the scenes to a secret that will make the sixties of the first-wave Mods live forever - somewhere. Elegiac and thrilling, Here Comes the Nice is a paean to the power of the obsessive imagination.

About Jeremy Reed

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Jeremy Reed is one of Britain's most talented and highly celebrated poets, called by J.G. Ballard 'the most original poet writing today', as well as an acclaimed novelist and biographer. His many literary awards include the Eric Gregory Award and the Somerset Maugham Award for poetry.
Published November 16, 2011 by Chomu Press. 294 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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As he works on a biography of 1960s fashion designer John Stephen, Paul begins running into a mod archetype called the Face, still young, riding his decked-out Vespa among the armored limousines and roving “hoodie gangs.” Is the Face a time traveler, a meth addict obsessed with the last gener...

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Ballard who remarked that Mr. Reed’s talent is “almost extraterrestrial in its brilliance.”On reviewing Mr. Reed’s previous novel The Grid (2008), which is set in a dystopian London of the not too distant future, Bidisha, book critic for the Independent scolded: “One wishes Reed would produce a ...

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