I enjoyed reading this book. It has elements of Daisy Jones with the rock band lifestyle with the fake death twist. It was a very easy book to read and I could understand why Dave Masters went to the lengths to wanting to start afresh. I liked the twist of setting up the Dave Masters tribute band, I was interested to see how that would turn out to be and it worked out well…I actually gasped and eye-rolled at some of the character's decisions in the book, so I was clearly engaging with the story. 

I really enjoyed reading Dead Man Singing. I don’t want to give anything away but I trusted my gut when reading about the characters and I was not disappointed. I would happily recommend this book!

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Couch “masters” his debut novel and finds the perfect rhythm in this entertaining story, with more twists and turns than your record player!

Dave’s journey, from has-been to someone, is strung together brilliantly with a motley crew of lovable characters and a note of personal growth which helps the story build to the perfect crescendo.

This book really struck a chord with me.

Dan Lloyd
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Just reading the words on the back shows it's going to be good. Dave is very likeable so you always have sympathy for him. Even though you might think he's an idiot at one point! Lol. And finally there's a twist. As I got to the end I speeded up my reading to find out what happens. The ending was spectacular.

Linda Hamilton-Ross
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Interested in music? This book thoroughly explores the rock-band lifestyle. Full of popular songs and other musical references. The author keeps the story moving with a well thought-out plot and provides a satisfactory ending. It is very readable and entertaining. A fun read that rock fans everywhere will enjoy.

Robin Dynes
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