‘The Edge is a scathing portrait of the music industry, and a love letter to Los Angeles – but most of all it's a meditation on growing up and letting go.’Janelle Brown, author of Watch Me Disappear
‘Insightful and true, The Edge is the real deal.’ Alan Parks, author of Bloody January
WHEN LIFE ON THE BRINK IS ALL YOU KNOW…
Substance-fuelled partying, endless women and a slew of smash records are music hotshot Adam Fairhead’s lifeblood. But when an avoidable accident occurs under his drug-addled watch, he is forced to re-evaluate the life he has created. Increasingly disillusioned with what once seemed so pulsatingly cool, Adam begins to question everything.
'A sharp-eyed look into the global 21st-century music industry from someone who not only lived it, but actively managed the madness. In a land where the car reigns supreme, TheEdge never forgets the hidden wilds of Los Angeles.'
– Ryan Gattis, author of All Involved
'The realest human I met in the music industry, because he never sugar coats nothing, he just speaks truth.'
‘Jamie Collinson’s gimlet eye is keen and unrelenting. The Edge is a scathing portrait of the music industry, and a love letter to Los Angeles – but most of all it's a meditation on growing up and letting go. Modern and mordant.’