An interesting story. Anyone who listened to Heart's music growing up will enjoy this book.
How Ann Wilson was able to overcome her self image issues with her weight. The hurtful comments that were thrown at her would have devistated almost anyone else.
Both ere equally enjoyable.
No, just because of its length. However, I would still listen to sections of it for hours.
Glad the authors read this book.
Yes, I am actually on my second listen and really enjoy it. Ann and Nancy do a fantastic job recounting their lives and it's great to hear in in their own voices.
Love them both. I especially liked how they explained how the Beatles inspired them. They sure sounded like interesting, focused kids and I admire their commitment to the music, their family, and themselves.
I enjoyed so much, it's hard to decide. That's part of the reason I am listening to it all over again - it's THAT good!
Yes, definitely. It might have also been nice if the intro and conclusion music would have been a Heart tune instead of something else
My only complaint is that i HATED how a narrator introduced each voice with each chapter. One can quickly/easily distinguish between Ann & Nancy's voices, so this "intrusion" is unnecessary and kind of disruptive.
For big fans, the Wilson sister continue their strong Goddess presence and keep you wanting more just as they did with their music.
I would recommend this for 'any' fan of the Wilson sisters music and art.
Both of the Wilson sisters kept me mesmerized with their voices and their stories. Just like their music I was captured by Ann's voice drawn into the tales.
I am glad it was available on audio book because I moved it to the top of my list and must listen as soon as I downloaded.