Stepping on the Cracks Chris L. Carter

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Published: July 12th 2012

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465 pages


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Stepping on the Cracks  by  Chris L. Carter

Stepping on the Cracks by Chris L. Carter
July 12th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 465 pages | ISBN: | 9.24 Mb

David Bowie is central to Stepping on the Cracks, a story of growing up, friendship, life’s uncertainties and, of course, David Bowie. Johnny Chalmers, obsessed with the beautiful game, talks us through his teens as he sheds his childhood and becomesMoreDavid Bowie is central to Stepping on the Cracks, a story of growing up, friendship, life’s uncertainties and, of course, David Bowie. Johnny Chalmers, obsessed with the beautiful game, talks us through his teens as he sheds his childhood and becomes a man.

Along the way we are taken on a atmospheric journey through the 1970s – from inner city sprawls to the winter of discontent, punks, skinheads...and David Bowie. Stepping on the Cracks starts at the famous last Ziggy concert in 1973, the and final scenes of this evocative story are played out on a back street in London’s West End.



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