Great book. Depp is fantastic, but I wish I knew he only does part of it. I would have opted to read the book instead of listening to it.
Although the story itself was compelling, the poor writing with redundancies throughout coupled with the changing voice of the narrator made it difficult to get through.
Great stories!! Loved the narrators, however I would have preferred if they stuck with one narrator throughout the book rather than switching back and forth.
While KR's Life is a story very much worth listening to, the split narration is a bit distracting. Nevertheless, Joe Hurley's reading was energetic, superb, and more like telling a story that he actually lived.
I listen to audiobooks when I drive and when I hike.
This book was pretty good, but certainly not great. It's too bad so much of Keith Richard's life revolved around drugs.
I could just keep listening to Keith's tales forever. This book was awesome! It's a little confusing when Johnny D switches to Joe Hurley without warning but they both do an amazing job ... especially Joe.
Couldn't stop listening! Well written, GREAT narration, unbelievable story of Keith's life. Things you'd never expect from him gave me even more respect for his accomplishments. Felt like I was learning about and being a part of a friend's life. WELL DONE, A MUST.
My preference for a good story is something totally unusual and not run of the mill stuff. Give me something I haven't heard before.
Well done. But this is a one sided view of the Stones. Staying stoned for most of the Stones' career and then being pissed that Mick basically took over the running of the show seems to be the ending thought. I would have thought that Keith would have been a bit more grateful that Mick kept it going so Keith could have the money to stay stoned. Then again it might have been a disfavor in a sense. But the Stones separately don't do well. They have to be together to be prolific. Interesting stuff about guitar riffs though.