Revue de presse
'You couldn't make this stuff up if you tried ... Shot through with crypto-mysticism, freaky characters, and spooky/trippy historical revelations, GRAIL reads like a post-punk Travels with my Aunt
and is almost as entertaining. As the Damned once sang: Neat, neat, neat!' (Entertainment Weekly )
'More credible than the DA VINCI CODE!' (Mark Radcliffe )
'The DA VINCI CODE gets the punk rock treatment' (The Bookseller 20050204)
"Dawes' sardonic account of their various encounters and misadventures asserts the value of believing in your friends, even if they believe in fairy tales."
(The Independant on Sunday 20050204)
" By the end it doesn't matter whether they've been successful in their hunt for the Holy Grail - its a thoroughly enjoyable, funny, touching and fascinating read and it's worth just going along for the ride"
(Coventry Evening Telegraph 20050204)
Biographie de l'auteur
Christopher Dawes has written music journalism since the 1980s under the name Push. He was editor of the clubbing magazine Musik and of the male lifestyle title Mondo. He is the co-author of The Book of E (Omnibus Press, 2000). He lives in London with two ferocious cats, a large collection of records and CDs, and a lunatic across the street.