What I am reading this week
I have been working my way through Robert Plant, A Life by Paul Rees. So far it is a pretty decently written and researched biography of the man who is arguably the greatest front man in the history of rock n’ roll. The problem however, is that I am half-way through and I have yet to find anything in this book that I haven’t read in any of the other books I have read about Led Zeppelin.
Of course Robert Plant’s career isn’t all about Led Zeppelin, so I am looking forward to discovering what happened during the years after the end of band’s reign. I know the music, but I haven’t a clue what happened to Plant in the years following.
What I added to my reading list this week
I picked up a bargain in the Kindle Monthly Deals this week; Kurt Vonnegut‘s Breakfast of Champions. I got it for the bargain price of £0.99, which is a very good deal indeed for a novel by Vonnegut, who always has a novel or two on my “to read” list.