A good honest review of Glastonbury, that will have regular festival goers nodding in agreement. However, the book is poorly written, with millions of spelling errors and wrong names which makes it a frustrating read. Also this chap does nothing but moan about the mud and how hard it is to get around, which whilst truthful, gets a little tedious. I loved his reactions to watching his daughter experience the sights and sounds of the festival and I think it would have been a much better read if it was a bit more positive. After all, he loves the place!
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