The Boy with the Cuckoo-clock Heart - Mathias Malzieu Reviews
Description:ISBN 0701183691 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Mathias Malzieu / Hardcover / 176 Pages / Book is published 2009-08-06 by Chatto & Windus
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The Boy with the Cuckoo-Clock Heart was written by French singer Mathias Malzieu. (His band Dionysos have released a concept album based on the novella) Now, when a pop star in this country brings out a book, it's usually a ghost written autobiography, despite them being barely out of puberty. This, thankfully couldn't be any more different. Originally published in France named " La mécanique du coeur" in 2007, and translated by Sarah Ardizzone, published in the UK in 2009. "Firstly: don't touch the hands of your cuckoo-clock heart. Secondly: master your anger. Thirdly: never, ever fall in love. For if you do, the hour hand will poke ... Read the complete review
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