Chronicle the First
CHRONICLE THE FIRST
Posted by Iona Singleton on Aug 27, 2015

QuoteWhere it all started. The first of the surreal adventures of the legendary music producer and great British eccentric, THE VICAR, as scribbled by his witty, irreverent assistant PUNK SANDERSON. Originally an online blog, this poptastic tale of misdeeds in the music industry is now available as an ebook or in print in a double edition with Chronicle the Second.

In a tale that blurs the lines between fact and fiction (what would you expect in a story written by a flatulent drummer?!) PUNK SANDERSON takes us into The Vicar’s world as he protects a famous singer from a campaign to sabotage her career while fighting her crooked manager over unpaid royalties. And just why is he so worried about a photocopier?!

An average Rock ‘n’ Roll day.

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THE BOOK

Yes, yes, the important bit. The book itself. The fruits of days, weeks, even months of toil - with Punk Sanderson locked away in a tape store by his boss, The Vicar, until it was finished. Click on a tablet to read any of the chapters. Or even all of them. Share with your friends (unless, like Punk, you don’t have any).  Enjoy!

Chapter 1  Chapter 2                  

 

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Chronicle The First & Second - Paperback Edition

Paperback edition containing the first two VICAR CHRONICLES - “The Mysterious Case of Billy’s G String” and “The Absurd Nonsense of The Orange Eyebrow”, as scribbled by the one and only PUNK SANDERSON

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Chronicle The First - Digital Edition

Digital Download of VICAR CHRONICLE The First  - “The Mysterious Case of Billy’s G String”.

The Vicar protects a famous singer from a campaign to sabotage her career, while fighting her crooked manager over unpaid royalties. Interactive book with access to Punk’s videoblogs.

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Chronicle The Second - Digital Edition

Digital Download of VICAR CHRONICLE The Second  - “The Absurd Nonsense of The Orange Eyebrow”.

The Vicar’s appearance at an industry convention in the South of France is overshadowed by threats from an oddball with an Orange Eyebrow.

Interactive book with access to Punk’s videoblogs

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