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By Brian Wilson Aldiss

ISBN-10: 0586049940

ISBN-13: 9780586049945

ISBN-10: 0755100727

ISBN-13: 9780755100729

Siamese twins, Barry and Tom, have a dormant yet sinister 3rd head transforming into out of Barry’s left shoulder. Plucked from the untamed Norfolk sea coast by way of showbiz marketers making the most of their demonically violent and freakish courting, they shape a rock band, The Bang Bang, and style superstardom. all through their jealous battles over the lady of their lifestyles and their brutal life, they're eternally observed via their ominous spouse, who makes expanding calls for for its correct to lifestyles.

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Little has changed on the coast of which L'Estrange Head forms part. Indeed, there has been recession rather than progress, for my Aunt Hetty has told me how Deep-dale Staithe was a fine harbour in her young day, until the channel silted up. It would be impossible for a grain boat to navigate now. Of course, with my brothers' lives always beside me, as it were, I am still torn with emotion when I let myself dwell on it. I was unable to write their story myself, not only because of strong feelings but through my incapacity as an author; so I have put together what has been said by others concerned in the drama.

I saw Zak on one occasion, just after he had returned from what he always termed 'the Manor'. Zak was quietly fuming at the lack of response from the Howe twins. I recommended sending for the sister, Robbie or Roberta, of whom the twins were obviously fond, to see if that improved matters, but Zak brushed the suggestion aside. He wanted the Bang-Bang to sink themselves into their new roles, not to be reminded of the old ones. A preliminary tour for the Bang-Bang, on a Northern circuit and with a tie-in with Scottish television, was already scheduled for a few months ahead.

It was a grand Georgian mansion (with part of an earlier Tudor manor still preserved) standing in two hundred acres of ground with its own private lake and airstrip and a view across the Solent. What went on there was nobody's business. All the same, rumours trickled out. Nick Sidney's training methods were known to be rather rigorous. He was a man in his late thirties, thick-set and running slightly to fat, with a shock of greasy curly hair. He had been a second division football team manager before becoming first a disc jockey and then part of Zak Bedder-wick's entourage.

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