I LOVED this book! He does not disappoint and the narrator made this story come alive for me. Having grown up in the Boston area and attending the early concerts, it was awesome for us locals to have the bragging rights that Aerosmith was our hometown band!
An inside look at the life and almost death of a rock star; this book is a wild ride. He is a master with words and has a unique brand of wisdom thrown throughout the book. I enjoyed the journey through his life and it really made me appreciate my normal, non-druggie lifestyle.
The narrator's voice is HORRIBLE. It is monotone, monotonous, flat and lacks emotion. I couldn't listen while driving as I was afraid I would fall asleep. However, I really did enjoy the story. A frightening look at celebrity fan obsession gone horribly wrong, and the depiction of life inside a woman's prison is scary as hell.
It was an ordeal getting through this book because of the narrator, but I did enjoy the subject matter and wanted to see it through to the end. Thank goodness its over!
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