Best of all, because this book was written before Cobain's death, it is not tinged with the "isn't this tragic" attitude that permeates many books about Nirvana and Cobain. Instead, the book is vibrant with the energy, excitement, and passion that swept local musicians the day "Nevermind" was released, local audiences in the months after, the U.S, and--lest we forget--the world, during Nirvana's more-than-15-minutes of fame.
I did not care for this book--I could only get through the first few chapters and then I had had enough. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BeachBabe
Thoroughly enjoyable read about Nirvana's ride to fame. One of my favorite things about the book was that it was written before Kurt committed suicide, so you get a better picture... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kevin
great book uncluttered by Kurt's death which seems to make an obsession of everything they try to tell post his death.Published 9 months ago by Geoff Calvert
From a die hard fan's point of view, you almost feel like you're sitting in the room with them. Very well written. I even cried a little at the end!Published 13 months ago by AnnieN43
This was why the suburban kids in the 90's weren't so jocked out as they are now. yup yup yupPublished 13 months ago by Jeff Baumann
I love music biographies and have read tons of them, this book is a snooze fest. I expected more, sadly disappointed.Published 15 months ago by Doosk
This is a great read on Nirvana. I've read "Heavier than Heaven" and what's so good about "Come As You Are" is you get to read the quotes by people who weren't... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Enter name here