"Save me and crave me and blame me and rave me and play me and wave me and flavour me and name me and blame me and dream of me all the time on our sacred isle on our sacred isle yeah yeah. Hands in the air salute the sky welcome the moonlight as we swallow our sapphire starlight."
When Tim Gaunt becomes seduced by sex, drugs, and rock and roll, he cannot predict where it will lead him, nor the unwitting betrayal that is lying in wait to claim his future.
In the penultimate book of Dominic Jericho’s coming-of-age series, Timothy Gaunt and the Wigginton Grave leads Danny’s longtime best friend to an earth-shattering revelation about his present identity and his future fate.
What members say
- Simon Gibson
Sex, Drugs, Sex, Rock, Sex and Roll.
This is a wonderful, no holds barred, depiction of the hedonism when we're fired out of the canon of youth into the explosion of adulthood with all its conflicting chaotic messages, emotions and experiences. This is not for the squeamish or faint of heart, it's full on. The novel is wonderfully narrated adding to the pace and overall enjoyment for the listener. Standby for shocks and revelations. A great listen.