That would disparage either the book or the reader.
The author is the only real characterization -- it's a memoir after all.
Pamela Des Barres has a lovely voice, and her reading is utterly honest, open, sincere and emotional. Also, worth mentioning, she adds current-day asides to the narration that are always fun, funny and true. (As when she describes waiting by the phone before "turning to the audience" and telling us how lucky we are when her generation didn't have cellphones or the internet or even answering machines.)
Lots of laughs and sympathy.
Will download anything she reads.
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