I listened to this in the car commuting. It was like Gene was sitting in the car with me telling me his story and the birth on The Hotest Band in the World..............I really loved this book.
As a Springfield fan, I enjoy the book. I enjoyed that fact that he narrated it. He has a interesting life and had lots of lows as well as highs in his career. I for one am glad the "rope broke"
Interesting story, Some of the characters personalities were impossible to believe. If I heard, "I want him dead, you promised" one more time, I would have screamed. If he wanted him dead so badly, why didn't he do the deed himself. I can't quite put my finger on it, but something was definitely missing. No one had a conscience, except for Ralph and that was way to little to late.
Just a feel good book, everything positive, and that was a nice change of pace. Paul has led the perfect showbiz life.
Once again Edward Hermann did an outstanding job narrating. Not as good as Presumed Innocent. But I still enjoyed listening to it. I think Rusty thinks he is above all the rules. And the rules don't apply to him.
I couldn't wait for my commute to school and home again. This was my first audio book and I made an excellent choice. Can't wait to listen to the sequel (my next selection) Edward Hermann did an excellent job narrating. I hated to turn off my Ipod, I understand it was made into a movie and the book is old. The story line in the book is not dated. Kept me guessing. Do yourself a favor and listen to this book if you like who done its!
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