U2 always provides material for the production of several books. Now comes another one. This is basically a memoir of a fan of the band super stubborn.
"I'm A Fan: How I Married U2 Into My Life Without Going To The Altar" is the name of Erin Shivver book, which tells how the four Irish have profoundly affected the life of an American in his forties.
Bono and his associates provide a musical backdrop for the personal anguish of Erin, including the difficult separation from parents, a battle against depression and suffering of his mother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.There is also a visit to the Oprah Winfrey Show to see their heroes, a lot of planes, trains and automobiles to the shows and all the madness related to U2.Who does not identify with that? I think we all have stories like U2 was at various times of our lives, good and bad, and the effort you have done to accompany them, is not it?
The book can be purchased here: http://iamau2fan.com/
Source: Ultraviolet Brasil