Year by year, delve into Bowie's sublime decade with Simon Goddard's book. As Mike Scott of The Waterboys said, it's a "stonking good read"! With his new identity, Ziggy Stardust, Bowie brought a splash of colour to a gloomy, powercut-plagued Britain. His bisexual rock star persona inspired Mott The Hoople and Lou Reed to follow suit, pushing the boundaries of gender in fashion and music. As his fame escalated and reality blurred, Bowie's 1972 offered a wild and eye-opening insight into his world, with the third volume of the Odyssey series continuing to recount Bowie's trailblazing decade.THIS BOOK IS A MUST-HAVE FOR ANY TRUE BOWIE FAN.