This was very raw, truthful and I enjoyed his stories of his early life and the years in New York and in London as a drummer. His life seemed tragic, and sometimes sad, but this made me care about him even more. My only issue with him was that he kept stating, "Separation of church and state comes from the Constitution". That's not true, and many celebrities and politicians say this, but the separation of church and state comes from a ruling by a judge, it is nowhere in the Constitution. Other than that, who wouldn't love him?
The characters, the story, this was put together so well. I finished the book last week, but can't help but think back on this book. Although there were some inaccuracies in the story, the author corrects those errors in the end and acknowledges those. I loved this and will listen to this again.
What a terrible book. The narration was too prissy, I couldn't stand it. I lost count of the times I heard the phrase,
I was lost in the story and how well this was put together. Loved the narrator, he made me laugh at the women's voices, though. Great book, well worth it!
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