I love self-help books that deal with mind and body in a more holistic way. Also theology, history, literature~ among others.
I fpund the book to be very well written. Though I do wonder if a certain part of morrisons life was left our - the artistic poetic side of his personality. It may seem mundane to some, but it might have been much more interesting.
All in alll worth a read.
A tragic story of Morrison as he struggles with fame, girls , and the demons In his veins that ended his life in his artistic prime. This is the quintessential rock tragedy. Very gripping read that truly pulled me in to the artistic genius who was destined to flame out at a young age due to always doing everything to the extreme. The voice of his generation and for many young teenagers afterwards trying to make since out of the world.
The overall story is so compelling.
Comprehensive view into the Doors career.
Can relate more emotionally I think.
Yes, extremely upset about Jim Morrison's self-destructive behavior on every other page. What a talent but what a shame.
Enjoyed every minute of this and would recommend it to any Doors fan or classic rock fan.
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies…The man who never reads lives only one.” (George R. R. Martin)
Very interesting and entertaining. There are a lot of great stories here and if they are all true then Jim Morrison was many things: a well-read, bisexual, racist, troublemaker, alcoholic, sex symbol, screenwriting, poet, rock superstar. It sounds like he may have had multiple personalities, definitely depression at points in his life, and it all seems to have stemmed from an unhappy and possibly abusive childhood.
The content itself, i think it could been poorly told and i would've liked it. But it was well told.
Jim's intensity toward freedom. I feel his whole life every day was an experiment for experience so he could create something, grow, or progress. He did what he wanted without any regard for rules and i'm envious. i feel like the slave he is mocking in the crowd....
Suck my momma
if you want to call yourself an artist and you haven't experience Jim Morrison, your wrong.
This book is very extensive and believable. Having lived through this period it brings back many memories. It was good to hear some of the behind the scenes information that I was not privy to in my youth.
I thought the book was a little drawn out but overall found it very interesting. A sad tale about a truly artistic man with one hell of a alcohol abuse problem. Great insight into a relatively short life. I learned a lot about Jim Morrison that I had not heard or I had speculated about through his writings. A must for any Doors fan but if the band wasn't of much interest to you this book may become boring.
I have read just about every book about the Doors & Morrison. I would have to say that this book gave me the most insight about the man himself. It's not a sensational book about all his antics, just a book about an artist driven by his need to produce his art & a man subdued by his demons. Excellent read.