Because I know how hard Gene Simmons worked to gain the fame he has, I was interested in hearing the progression the band took. I found Gene's voice to be irritatingly monotone, he was obviously reading his own book. There was hardly any emotion in it. And he never forgot to tell the listener how many women he had, which after a few hundred times, got really old. Honestly, if you're interested, like I was, read a paperback of this book.
As a Kiss fan I eat up most anything about the band. I can sum this book up in one sentence. This is the story of Kiss from Gene Simmons Perspective.
Gene's tongue delivers
Reminds me a bit of "Hell's Angels" by Hunter S. Thompson. Only not. At all.
Never listened to anything else by him.
"Sex, No Drugs, and Rock n' Roll"