Late Rush drummer Neil Peart‘s final book, “Silver Surfers,” is set to arrive on May 7th via Insight Editions.
The extraordinary collection sees the late drummer sharing one last love letter to his beloved classic car collection and gives readers a glimpse of his lifelong passion for cars.
In the book, Peart traces the roots of his auto obsession, the joy of collecting the exquisite sports cars, and the bigger joy of driving them.
The legend takes readers back to where it all began, with a 1969 Lotus Europa. He writes about the cars he bought when the band first made it big and even his first “family car,” before taking readers on a tour of the Silver Surfers themselves – a rare collection of the best sports cars from the 1960s.
Pearts’ wife Carrie Nuttall has written the foreword for “Silver Surfers,” which also features images of the cars and photos curated by Neil himself.
Peart’s previous memoirs include “Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road,” “Roadshow: Landscape with Drums,” and “Traveling Music: Playing Back the Soundtrack to My Life and Times.” He collaborated with Kevin J. Anderson to write the novel “Clockwork Angels,” a fictionalization of Rush’s 2012 album of the same name, and a sequel, “Clockwork Lives.”
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