Kurt Cobain: Oh Well, Whatever, Nevermind

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Enslow Pub Incorporated, Dec 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
13 Reviews
Kurt Cobain loved music, and it did not take long for him to realize all he wanted to do in life was play and write songs. When he and his band, Nirvana, became part of the Seattle music scene, more and more people were able to listen to and appreciate his music. Ultimately, dissatisfaction with fame and a dependence on heroin resulted in his suicide. Author Jeff Burlingame, who personally knew Cobain, explores the rock legend's too-brief life, his revolutionary music, and the enduring legacy he left behind.

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User Review  - GirlsonFire - LibraryThing

The story of Kurt Cobain was very interesting, but the sentences warning about the problem of drugs and what the drugs were seemed like something for a children's biography, not a teen biography, since they were so simple.I think those few sentences in the book might just irritate the teens. Read full review

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User Review  - Erin Carlton - Goodreads

I have been a huge fan of everything Nirvana and Kurt for about 4 years now, and this is the first book about Cobain I have read. I felt like it was a wonderful overview of his life from start to ... Read full review

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