Rising to fame at 21 with her breath-taking cover of princes 'Nothing Compares2 U', Sinead O'Connor has been in the music business for three decades. Loved, then hated - particularly after tearing up a photo of the pope on live tv, o' Connor has remained unapologetic and impossible to ignore, calling out hypocrisy wherever she saw it. This memoir takes us from her early beginnings, and through the pain of growing up in a family that was falling apart; through the Dublin music scene as she grew up; to her adventures (and some misadventures) in the world of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll. She talks of the joys and fulfilment of being a mother as well as her ongoing spiritual quest - and of course, through it all, her abiding passion for music.
Written in her distinctive voice, this book has been described as 'Inspiring, liberating, hilarious and fascinating' by the Irish Times and 'Devastating, wise, hilarious and original' by Róisìn Ingle.
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Hardback, approx. 24 x 16 x 3.5cm. Approx. 290 pages