Going through a book called Richard by Ben Myers, which is a fictionalised account of the life of the Manics' Richey Edwards. His disappearance has always been of interest to me, along with the 'sightings' that crop up every so often like with the Lucan case, and I was keen to see how Myers would go about it. What he has done is mix a first person narrative with a third person viewpoint of events. As he is also a poet, the writing style takes a more visionary stance so you can read it as a work of literature without being a Manics fan necessarily. One funny paragraph, which may not please Levellers fans, has Nicky Wire having a pop at Edwards when seeing him having a spliff: "He shakes his head. - If it was smack I wouldn't mind. At least some great songs were written about smack. But weed? It'll rot your brain. Turn you into a Levellers fan."