BOOK REVIEW: Debbie Harry’s “Face It” (Scene Magazine, 2/6/2020)

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BOOK REVIEW:
Debbie Harry’s Face It
by Adam Perry for Scene Magazine 2/6/2020

Debbie Harry’s exciting new autobiography Face It is a stark contrast to Patti Smith’s creative new book Year of the Monkey. The latter finds Smith, who added Best Selling Author to her Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career with 2010’s salad-days autobiography Just Kids, ruminating on her dreams, saying goodbye to old friends and, as one of her best songs goes, continuing to “fuck plenty with the future.” Harry, the longtime force of nature behind Blondie, spends 350 pages recounting essentially as much of her 70-plus years on Earth as she can remember.

Read the whole review at SceneNoCo.com here.

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