I don’t know how I missed this when it was first published, but back in early December Goldmine magazine posted their full review of U2-A Diary, and it’s probably the best review of all. Check this out:
The timeline McGee sets up and the way he strings together quotes from U2 insiders makes for an easy, compelling read, and the book is full of superb black-and-white images — some of them rarely seen before — that only serve to enhance McGee’s exhaustive history of a band that still matters.
How cool is that?!? And the review also includes the short Q&A that we did via email. I wish I’d seen this when it was first published, but I’m glad to have found it at all.