Monday, March 16, 2020

Summer of '77: Beaches, bars and boogie nights in Ibiza

Summer of '77: Beaches, bars and boogie nights in IbizaSummer of '77: Beaches, bars and boogie nights in Ibiza by Robert Fear
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Plenty of sunshine, sex and sangria!

Books are not just words, paper, and nice-looking covers. They are powerful representations of ideas and philosophies that are just waiting to be heard. Some books are revolutionary, some are reserved; while some are just waiting for the right reader to absorb their words and connect on a more personal level. Books offer expertise, perspective, encouragement and inspiration; they can change your life if you let them! So, pull up a chair, pick up SUMMER OF ‘77: BEACHES, BARS AND BOOGIE NIGHTS IN IBIZA, and allow yourself to live through the eyes of its author, Robert Fear.

Honesty is the key factor for writing a successful memoir. SUMMER OF ‘77 by Robert Fear is a candid and honest look into the authors life as he explores holidaying as a youngster in 70s Spain. As you’d expect from a young man in his twenties living away from home, there’s plenty of sunshine, sex and sangria within its pages! Not for the faint-hearted, but an interesting read, even so.

A literary genre that entails writing about previous events in your life, such as certain life lessons, fascinating stories, miraculous recoveries or rescues, or any other intriguing personal experiences, this book will appeal to those who have lived through that decade. I’ve no doubt that it will also appeal to the younger generation offering insights as to how people communicated without internet or mobile phones.

People write memoirs to fixate, analyze, share, or rethink past events. This book refers to important and significant moments in the authors life. Recommended.

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