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A very good and interesting read,I found myself on his side through out,my only gripe is there was not much about his song writing process.Published 6 days ago by david carter
You just don't see writing like this anymore. Morrissey is Oscar Wilde and Arthur Rimbaud rolled into a single human form. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Nicole
Let's be real here people. It's Morrissey. He is the most mysterious of all songsmiths. With that said, this book will not reveal anymore to you than you already know. Read morePublished 7 days ago by KW
You can learn more about him by the lyrics of his songs that this autobiography.
Some interesting bits, but I wished he had let us in more. Read more
Incredibly well written. I mean, I knew Morrissey was a brilliant lyricist but I didn't know how well that would translate into a long form autobiography. Read morePublished 9 days ago by manny
Badly needed an editor. What is this s***? Never a Smiths or Morrisey fan, but some of the songs have stuck. The prose is quite impressionistic. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Brad Smith
Excellently written, well-paced, full of all the self-depreciation and bitterness that one would expect from Moz. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Ultan
Highly recommended for fans of The Smiths or indeed fans of the Uk Music scene. Like reading a poem from the start of the book to the end.Published 1 month ago by Garry
Great read. Would like to know more about the great man. Lovely writer.
Would be a great novel writer.