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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Until Her Darkness Goes by Rana Kelly - a review

Using her underground rock-and-roll journo background Kelly performs a fresh exposé on an old, worn theme, sex, drugs and rock and roll. Not since J. A. Landry’s Fool Star has a rock novel toured so intimately with a band, and simultaneously had the bad juju and foibles of what happens backstage disclosed.
Until Her Darkness Goes takes us on a worldwide tour from the street pub scene of London to the towering skyscrapers of New York’s glitz and introduces us to a new Brit band, Murder of Crows and their star performer, Nick McCallum. Dazzled by the promise of the bright lights of America, Rachel Sullivan, pedigreed American record producer, lets us into the harsh world of rock and roll music, the rise to fame and the crash of reality, and how life on the road ain’t all what it’s cracked up to be.
Strong out-of-the-gate start for this debut novelist marks her as one to watch.

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