Face The Music, The Devil's In The Detail

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Brutal, provoking, sexually and politically incorrect. Conspiracies explored through the eyes of a rising star, no holds barred. If the conspiracies about the music industry are true, we will all be forced to: Face The Music

North London street culture and sinister secret societies collide in this irreverent tale, resulting in a horrifyingly good thriller, that will leave you asking: 'what if...' More

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About Eddie Sherriff

Born and raised in London,where day to day life is stranger than my imagination,which means I'll never run out of stories.
A writer of novels and movie treatments

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Mitesh Chauhan reviewed on on March 4, 2013

This story is very different. Sherriff may be onto something here....

This is a story about the ruthless music industry, with a very big twist...(or is it?)

Distant subplots collide like magnificent musical mixes in this refreshingly supernatural, conspiracy-laden portrayal of life in the 'guts' of the music industry. I'm amazed at how Sherriff has made the unreal seem real and believable in this gritty and gruesome story of a London rapper, swept up by the stereotypical fame and glory of the 'industry'.

A recommended read for anyone who wants an insight into the dark side of the music industry, and 'grimey' urban culture, although I warn you - it's sometimes very hard to separate the truth from fiction here! Sherriff has done a fantastic job of weaving conspiracy theories and secret societies old and new to keep you page-turning for hours. His unique writing style 'flows' like a song in itself, and the raw picture he paints of a borough called 'Ellixton' seem so familiar that you will definately know of an 'Ellixton' near you.....

A fantastic read, with a thrilling storyline that kept me captivated to the very end. I'd love to see this on-screen someday.

Great work, Sherriff
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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