the book tells some intersting stories, and indeed gives insights into the road Sammy lived.
But he holds back. He tells stories about people, including the Van Halen brothers, but there is not one story of Michael Anthony's behavior, drinking, etc. In that sense, it does feel like a censored story in places. At the end he remarks how messed up Ed was - "he was doing something" but never states his opionion on what it was. the inferences was meth, but who knows.
It was enjoyable, but I found "The Dirt" by Motley Crue more revealing and honest. Sammy's book was a rough glimpse.
The book was interesting journey through Vietnam with some suspense. But the culmination of the journey (and fundamental of the book) was a let down. It ends with little delving into that conclusion which could/shold have been taken further. Nelson wimped out on this one and just cashed a check.
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