I want to feel good when I complete a story & am a little harsh on depressing ones. There are a few sad ones that I love but not many.
I love to read, watch and listen to Anthony Bourdain so I found it great to listen to. Just a quick 3 minutes and there wasn't much to it but the Chef is interesting and speaks in a gritty and real manner about his trade.
I did enjoy listening to the stories by the group but I felt like I could have seen the this on PBS.
Really enjoyed this even though I've never been a big KR devotee or lover of autobiographies. Richards covers all the main points of his life, the excesses, life in the Stones etc and like any autobiography, there are omissions and some self-promotion. But you won't read this for its authoritativeness - what makes it very readable is the voice and perspective of the author himself - playful, no holds barred, and imbuing a zest for life in everything he does. Have to say I also loved the trio of narrators, though I puzzled why they chose this format rather than having Richards read the whole thing himself.