This book is right up there with "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and "The Curse of Lono." It has all of Hunter's best writing and, coupled with the letters and memos back and forth between Jann and Hunter interspersed between the pieces that were being written at the time, it is a pure gem.
Start to finish the book is a stone cold riot.
Phil sounds like Hunter. I mean it really seems like Hunter talking. It's a great feel.
Being somewhat of a Beatle expert and having read countless books on the Beatles, I was literally appalled that Pattie got so many dates wrong.
It was difficult to listen to all the way through but I slogged through waiting for the next erroneous statement.
The book was totally devoid of any passion that she talks about having toward the two famous men in her life.
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