- Performer Some Other Eden
- Title Weatherman
- Date of release 1996
- Style Brit Pop, Shoegaze, Indie Rock
- Other formats MP4 XM AIFF VQF MP2 DXD MMF
- Genre Rock / Pop
- Size MP3 1962 mb
- Size FLAC 1974 mb
- Rating: 4.7
- Votes: 262
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Some Other Eden book. She is the author of two successful novels for adults, Diving Into Light and Some Other Eden, both published by Transworld. She lives in West London with her husband, two daughters and a large tortoiseshell cat. Books by Natasha Farrant. Mor. rivia About Some Other Eden.