My rating: 5 of 5 stars
As a follower of Toyah I was really interested to read this book & wasn’t disappointed. Chris told his story but I for 1 felt as though I was with him on his travels to her gig’s. Toyah comes across as a real people person who actually bothered about her fans.
I didn’t want it to end & would loved to have read more about how Chris got on after taking over the fan club.
From 1986 until its closure, Chris Limb ran the official Toyah Willcox Fan Club Tellurian as well as designing and selling merchandise during Toyah’s extensive tours in the early nineties.
This is not that story.
This is the story of what happened before. It began on a dark winter’s night at the tail end of 1979 when a nerdy 14 year old boy watched an episode of the BBC’s detective show Shoestring and realised that there was more to life than Blake’s Seven/Star Wars crossover fanzines. . .