Making sure their experiences were the ones being centred was something I worked on draft after draft. That is, I think the plot is a product of the characters, and not the other way round. Until they get a chance to be with her. And forty two years later, I still haven't had to!
He's a decent enough drummer but I don't think he's really the reason the band became such a success. The second half gets into all the queasy, sleazy details of the Fleetwood Mac your mother knows and loves. More Information.
After many spells in different places around the world, the writer, on a whim, decided on a train leaving for Florence, Italy, with the resolve of never going back home to England again. Author of sex and the city in Fleetwood that went ahead, then he wouldn't be able to make The Girl Who Passed for Normal ; if it didn't, he would.
And if it has changed since I first became a novelist, it's just that the orphan, too, has grown a little older, and arguably still more forlorn. Fleetwood's paintings explore a similar terrain of emotional confusion. Books by Mick Fleetwood.
Jul 07, John Branney rated it it was ok. Do you feel that many of the ideas, themes, and events you were exploring in your novels of your earlier years carry over into present very easily? I especially enjoyed learning more about the early blues-based version of Mac, a part of their story that I only knew scant few facts about until now.
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That is, I think the plot is a product of the characters, and not the other way round. As I would have done, happily. It's a shame what happened to Peter Green and some of their original members because I do love that old Fleetwood Mac music. I'm a huge Fleetwood Mac fan so this was a must-read for me.