Just saw that on a website.
"Toi, Moi, et Morrissey" (written by French author Arnaud Huber) is a novel which poses questions to the reader on the complex relations between art in general, music and Morrissey in particularTo know more about it or/and to order the book, click here
Here is my English translation (hope it is ok):
« "Toi, Moi, et Morrissey" is a text written with two points of view which intertwine, overlay, and come together as one at the end. The first voice is that of the narrator, in attendance at his first Morrissey concert, the Eurokéennes at Belfort-- just before the transmission of the World Cup quarter final match between France and Brazil. The second one, which speaks in the past tense, is the voice of his memory which questions the means of such a profound personal quest, emotional and musical, in order to understand how, even through as a young man he misinterpreted the overarching ideas which run through the music of Moz, he still, in short-lived sentimental encounters, finished by becoming a "fan of Morrissey."
"Toi, Moi, et Morrissey" is a novel which poses questions to the reader on the complex relations between art in general and music in particular, and how they maintain our existence, in such a way that music governs our memory and constructs our present, that the sound-track of our life can influence us at the deepest level of our subconscious.
Arnaud Huber has installed his idiosyncratic word sense and his love of music at the heart of his first book. He is 36 and lives in Lorraine. »