I'm not going to answer all these review questions. I just want to say that any fan of rock music in the seventies should read this book. Contrary to one reviewer, Felder is not a whiner. He describes the true life of a rock star; the good and the bad, and there was plenty of bad. Felder is one of the greatest guitarists of all time, and most people probably don't even know who he is. Very eye-opening; excellent narration; get this book.
Great sense of humor, but the jokes got old after a while. I hope the author knows that rich and ruthless Democrats exist in this world, but evidently only Republicans exhibit those qualities in this book.
Not sure. I like his style but about half-way through I couldn't wait for the book to end so I could start something else. (Vision impaired, so it's only audiobooks for me) The reader was excellent.
A plot! A purpose! I just don't get the great American novel reputation. I thought this was a waste of over thirty hours, when I count the times I had to back up to see if I missed something.
I had never read anything by Wolfe before, and I'm pretty sure I will not again.
The performance was fine. No complaints about that.
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