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Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Davie was about to leave the MP3 player lying on the pavement when something stopped him. A voice in his head. You'll regret it if you leave it. You'll only come back for it later. Can a song change your life? Can a song bring people, places and moments in time alive again? Davie Watts is the Trackman. He knows what song to play to you and he knows exactly when you need to hear it. Davie seeks out strangers in need and helps them using the power of music. REVIEWS: In her debut novel, Catriona Child has all the makings of a cult hit... She handles the tension between the fantastical premise and the raw and sensitive matter of a dead schoolboy tastefully, and the book's sense of place makes it a delight for lovers of Edinburgh. THE HERALD This tale of loss and isolation is a powerful piece of contemporary Scottish literature that expertly blends fantastical subject matter with a profound look at the destructive effects of bereavement. THE SKINNY This is a beautifully crafted book, fluid and rhythmic... Trackman is an inspiring and powerful novel that explores harsh realities with humour. THE STUDENT It's a story that will resonate with creative types across Edinburgh and indeed the world. TEN TRACKS Catriona Child has a pitch perfect ear for contemporary dialogue and a professional's eye for the detail of a city that the tourists rarely notice. Trackman will be on replay in your head for a long time. NORTHWORDS NOW Don't let the idea of a fantastical magic mp3 player put you off; this is an incredibly powerful piece of contemporary Scottish literature that expertly weaves the power of music through out what becomes a profound and life affirming tale. STV LOCAL Can a song change your life? Can a song bring people, places and moments in time alive again? Set in Edinburgh, this touching, funny and quirky new novel is an entertaining read for music lovers. SCOTS MAGAZINE Trackman is a book which understands the power of music, but is one which has an ability to bring comfort to those who need it...SCOTS WHAY HAET There is a common beleif that at the best and worst of times music can help. Songs that we previously never noticed can get straight to the point, or can unexpectedly creep up on you to offer comfort here is a common beleif that at the best and worst of times music can help. Songs that we previously never noticed can get straight to the point, or can unexpectedly creep up on you to offer comfort BACK COVER: Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Trackman Davie was about to leave the MP3 player lying on the pavement when something stopped him. A voice in his head. You'll regret it if you leave it. You'll only come back for it later. Can a song change your life? Can a song bring people, places and moments in time alive again? Davie Watts is the Trackman. He knows what song to play to you and he knows exactly when you need to hear it. Davie seeks out strangers in need and helps them using the power of music.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
July 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
346
Pages
PUBLISHER
Luath Press Ltd
SIZE
929.7
KB

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