I greatly enjoyed this book. It is well researched and clearly presented. It paints a very clear picture of a man who was talented, but flawed, and gives all of the dirty details of his life with as much ferver as the great times and achievements of Kurt Cobain's life. I can only say I am sorry that he did not seek treatment for his depression. Too many people are not able to survive its ugly head.
I did not think that a Carl Hiaasen book could be ruined by poor narration. I was wrong. This guy gives NO inflection of the different characters in the book. I finished reading it a few days ago and cannot really even tell anyone what it was about. I think I will get the book at the library and read it. Please, fire this narrator and bring back George Wilson who is one of the best narrators out there.
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