Monsters Of River And Rock: My Life As Iron Maiden's Compulsive Angler

November 3, 2020|
Monsters Of River And Rock: My Life As Iron Maiden's Compulsive Angler by Adrian Smith
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Come to the riverbank with Adrian Smith and cast a line on the wild side.

''Beautifully written account'' Dave Simpson, The Guardian

''Writes beautifully'' The Sun

Welcome to the world of Adrian Smith, playing his Jackson guitar onstage to millions - while behind the scenes he explores far-flung rivers, seas and lakes, waterways and weirs, in a fearless quest for fishing nirvana.

Hooked on the angling adrenaline rush since first catching perch from East London canals on outings with his father, Adrian grew up to be in one of Rock''s most iconic bands. On tour, his gear went with him. The fish got bigger. The adventures more extreme.

In Monsters of River and Rock you''ll hear about his first sturgeon: a whopping 100-pounder from the roaring rapids of Canada''s Fraser River that nearly wiped him out mid-Maiden tour. Then there''s the close shave with a shark off the Virgin Islands whilst wading waist-deep for bonefish. Not to mention an enviable list of specimen coarse fish from the UK.

Adrian Smith was born in Hackney, East London, on 27th February 1957. He joined Iron Maiden at the end of 1980. Adrian is the band member who has collaborated on the most side projects outside of Iron Maiden, as well as writing and recording a series of albums in the early ''90s, before rejoining the band. Iron Maiden have sold 90 mill...
Title:Monsters Of River And Rock: My Life As Iron Maiden's Compulsive AnglerFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:304 pages, 9.19 X 6 X 0.98 inShipping dimensions:304 pages, 9.19 X 6 X 0.98 inPublished:November 3, 2020Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0753554070

ISBN - 13:9780753554074

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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