Lean On Me None

  • Title: Lean On Me
  • Author: Mike Gayle
  • ISBN: 9781473608986
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2020-06-02T22:33:27+00:00

    About "Mike Gayle"

    1. Mike Gayle

      I was born in the 70s the 70s were great I would recommend them to anyone.I was also born in Birmingham in my humble opinion the greatest city in the world with the nicest people too.I used to live in London a great city too But a bit on the pricey side.I also used to live in Manchester another great city although technically I lived in Salford which is next door but that s sort of splitting hairs.Before I went to university I wanted to be a social worker I have no idea why It didn t last long.After I left university I wanted to write for the NME I ve always loved music but it was only when I went to uni that it started loving me back I can t play any instruments or sing so writing about music seemed to make sense.My first paid writing gig was for a listings magazine in Birmingham Actually my first unpaid writing gig was an interview with Kitchens of Distinction for Salford Student Magazine I can t begin to tell you how terrible it was I used to write a music fanzine it was called Incredibly Inedible and I co edited it with my mate Jackie We typed up the first issue on my dad s olde worlde typewriter and then literally cut and paste on to A4 sheets using scissors and glue Over the three years of its existence we interviewed many bands and artists including Smashing Pumpkins, The Cranberries, Pavement, Bill Hicks and Blur.

    939 thoughts on “Lean On Me”

    1. If this book doesn't get made into a movie I'd be very surprised. It's one of the best books of this genre I've read in a long time, the last being me before you and everything everything. It's a beautiful moving story about friendship, love and loss and looking towards a brighter future. I absolutely loved the characters especially James, what a character he is. The story really pulled at my heartstrings and my heart went out to Danny Allen who is also another fabulous character. The only littl [...]


    2. Wow! I swallowed this book in a few commutes. Beautifully written and quite close to home for me, having a friend with a similar condition. It felt like a true story with some fabulous embellishments. I laughed out loud right from the belly, and cried on occasions too. Highly recommended, deeply moving.


    3. This is my second book by Mike Gayle and as before I really liked the story.This book is very well written, I especially appreciated the alternating of points of view. And how every new chapter (hence told by the other main character) started as a surprise with a tiny jump ahead in time, but then during that chapter it became clear what happened and how the story got to that point.However, the reason for four and not five stars: I didn't like the ending. A bit too much for me personally.Thanks t [...]


    4. The man I think I know is a story of the friendship between two men who become reacquainted many years after their schools days. Life for Danny and James has not turned out as expected and a chance meeting leads to a bond which joins and helps them deal with shattering events in their past. Their continuing friendship helps them move forward and offers both men a future filled with hope. Danny and James are brave, likeable and you just can’t help rooting for everything to turn out well for the [...]


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