Review #146: Parallel Lines, Blondie

#146: Parallel Lines, Blondie

Debbie Harry is a consummate badass. My former roommate read her book, Face It: A Memoir. Apparently, it’s just tales of Debbie Harry doing badass things, told in a nonchalant way.

For instance, she was once raped, but according to her, the worst thing about it was the fact that her rapist stole all of her guitars. Well, that is a horrible story…




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