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One of the very best rock autobiographies ever.
Like the bluesmen who inspired him, Clapton has his share of scars . . . his compelling memoir is . . . a soulful performance.
An absorbing tale of artistry, decadence, and redemption.
Los Angeles Times
A glorious rock history.
New York Post
This book does what many rock historians couldn t: It debunks the legend . . . puts a lie to the glamour of what it means to be a rock star.
Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune
Strong stuff. Clapton reveals its author s journey to self-acceptance and manhood. Anyone who cares about the man and his music will want to take the trip with him.
Anthony DeCurtis, Rolling Stone
Clapton is honest . . . even searing and often witty, with a hard-won survivor s humor . . . an honorable badge of a book.
Stephen King, New York Times Book Review
An even, unblinking sensibility defines the author s voice.
New York Times
An unsparing self-portrait.
Love this book. It was very interesting to hear the story told by the man himself and also it gives you an insight to world of rock'n'roll of the 60s up till now.Published 4 days ago by jacob kragelund wyrtz
I read this book on recommendation from my boss. I love reading musician biographies and memoirs.
The first 65% of the book I did not like at all and almost stopped... Read more
I really enjoyed reading this book. This book is raw and honest. Eric Clapton did not hold back or sugar coat his past. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda Miller
Very good, he writes well, very interesting. A few parts I had to speed read through because they were boring. Most of the book was great.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JT
Much has been said about Clapton's treatment of the women in his life. I've recently read a fascinating account of the impact Clapton had on one woman who was his girlfriend for a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martyski
I read this book after reading "Wonderful Tonight" by Pattie Boyd. Although I love Clapton as a musician I was disappointed by this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lori Glessner
A very courageous autobiography, written with rigorous honesty - it's like a Step 5. Thank you, Eric Clapton for sharing - it gives me hope.Published 1 month ago by Kimm Colarossi