This memoir and call to action will delight Amos's many fans.
A dramatically inspired volume of lyrics and legacy presenting Amos as an artist, an activist, and a sharp, thoughtful musician with a commanding voice. A profound autobiographical playlist and radically political call to action primarily for Amos fans.
The writing is very Tori; authentic, sharp, evocative, and endearingly kooky in places.
Amos' many fans are this book's natural audience, but it will sing to anyone with an artistic soul.
A tale of politics, feminism and equality... Resistance reinforces Amos's position as one of pop's more thoughtful songwriters.
It is part manifesto, part career retrospective and part remembrance... Her song lyrics spur her on from point to point in the book, which, as ever with Amos, veers between seeming totally bats and shockingly sane.
An engaging, insightful look at her 30-year career and the songs that have given voice to the marginalised and the emotionally wounded.