Charles Cross leads you through the rise and fall of Nirvana's frontman, Kurt Cobain. Cross examines the Cobain households and talks to Kurt's former classmates. As he retells the horrific home life of Kurt, we feel the heartache that Kurt was feeling as a child. Loneliness and hurt was evident from the very beginning. All throughout his childhood and teen years, Kurt constantly felt rejected and alone. Early on, Kurt possessed an amazing amount of talent. Although he had a tough time at home, and a tough time at school, he knew he would one day be in a band. Cross takes us on Kurt's journey to fame. After marrying Courtney Love and having his baby girl, Francis Bean Cobain, Kurt shot himself. Leaving behind a chilling suicide note, Kurt leaves us hanging. What made him want to leave this beautiful world for us to live in without this magnificent musical icon from the '90s? We may never know. If you grew up listening to Nirvana and are a die-hard Kurt Cobain fan, you will absolutely love this book!
"It's better to burn out than fade away."
Rest in Peace
April 5, 1994
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