The overall story is so compelling.
Comprehensive view into the Doors career.
Can relate more emotionally I think.
Yes, extremely upset about Jim Morrison's self-destructive behavior on every other page. What a talent but what a shame.
Enjoyed every minute of this and would recommend it to any Doors fan or classic rock fan.
I am an Ayn Rand and Leonard Peikoff fan. I could not make it past the first chapter or two of this audiobook. The concepts are broken down into such primitive elementals that attention flags. Do you really want to know how a child classifies a table? I suppose these elementary concepts are all put together again to establish the philosophy of Objectivism that we all know and love, but I just could not endure the punishment of listening to it all.
Probably not - kind of long.
I don't know maybe "Les Miserables" for length.
Not sure that I have.
That would be physically impossible.
I wanted to echo a previous reviewer's comments about "start to finish". This book does hold your attention and interest the whole way through despite its length. Of course, there is a natural revulsion to the subject matter in spots, and so that slowed things down a little bit here and there as I had to take a break and regroup.
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