What seems to be a nature run amok story turns into a mish-mash of three different story concepts. To me it was a book I almost gave up on finishing; not once, but a few times. But I stuck to it and kept my fingers crossed, and was ultimately disappointed. Despite all the blurbs from other horror authors I’m afraid this book really wasn’t my cup of tea (and I read a lot of books - and drink lots of tea!)
1950 - 5/21/13: Bass player for Spiders From Mars (1971-73)& Uriah Heep (1975-81 & 1983-2013). And amidst all that even managed to play with Wishbone Ash & Mick Ronson. Actually saw him play with the Heep back when they toured with Kiss in the mid-70s, and have his autograph on the Uriah Heep Acoustically Driven VHS booklet that the band signed for people who pre-bought the VHS/CD combination.
Another great talent brought down by cancer; seems like if you survive the drugs & alcohol, them something else like cancer will get you.
Sorry to see Trevor go, I’m sure he would have played on many more Heep albums…
"It's very hard to just buy something cool from somebody else and for it to remain cool," says Robin Klein, a partner at technology investors Index Ventures. So basically, you may possibly be able to inherit cool, but you certainly can't buy it.
By Kathy Reichs: ‘Despite the nuclear power plant humming on it’s southwestern shore, Lake Wylie is ringed by a number of upmarket developments - River Hills, the Palisades, the Sanctuary. Palisaded against whom? I often wondered. Sanctuary from what? Day-Glo bass and eight-legged toads?’