I have a number of Stevie Nicks and this is by far and away the best .
The CD is topped and tailed by " Edge of Seventeen " - studio and live versions with the live version being a particular standout .
I also love the songs in between these two songs with a live version of the Led Zeppelin classic " Rock and Roll " being a particular favourite .
The booklet is comprehensive with interesting stories from Stevie as to how each song came about .
The DVD is very interesting as it features various song videos along with commentary by Stevie plus footage of the Bella Donna recording .
This CD/DVD is excellent value .
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This book starts well but then a number of scenes follow where a major suspension of your critical faculties is called for . I do not want to give away the kidnapper but read this book and wonder why :
1. The parents wait so long to report their daughter missing
2. Why one character is not subject to a more rigorous review by the Police
3. Why a particular and distinctive car is not remembered by anyone in the area
4. Why the lead character is prepared to meet a number of people without telling the Police she has met them
The story does rattle along ( although most people will guess the kidnapper long before the denouement ) and makes you keep reading… Read more
I started to read this book this week on the day the UN report came out on child abuse by Catholic priests . So both the book and the report had a real impact on me .
This book shows just how the Catholic Church moved child abusing priests around from parish to parish free to abuse other young people . I cannot help but feel the author , Kathy Pratt , has personal experience of abuse - either experienced by herself or a close friend or relative . This book bleeds authenticity .
The story is well told and reflects very well the period and attitude of the times that the bulk of the story refers to . I agree the switch from her youth to late middle age is abrupt but Kathy swiftly… Read more