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To Hell and Back Paperback – October 3, 2000
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music business as well as his not-so-mundane commonman existance. He succeeds in cementing his image as one of "everyman"--he tells his tale as if he's popped over for a brewski or is killing time with the other parents between Little League innings. There's something unique, endearing and overall consistant, this from the Meatloaf character. Being a huge fan since the 1977 release of "Bat Out Of Hell", I found the book at the week it came out, read half of it in the store and the rest of it before leaving the parking lot. I found it very readable, impossible to put down and a great assist in chronologising various aspects, rumours and reports from the past 20+years. There were two things that did bug me about the book, however. The first being the lack of photo identification. It was an erroneous assumption that the text provides adequate names and dates to faces and events--photo credits are all the reader has to go on--details and background surrounding each would have enhanced the already homey nature of the text. The second complaint I have (and I'll acknowledge this comes to an extent out of my devotion to Jim Steinman) is this underlying tone throughout which seems to be Meat coming to grips with his relationship with Jim Steinman.Read more ›
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I have been a Meat Loaf fan since the 70's, and I was so happy to get to read his book. Its an amazing story that any Meat fan will enjoy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by donna d
Held my interest. But then I always was a fan of Meat Loaf. Makes you think that there is always a hell of a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great singer, terrible writer, interesting/maybe made up stories, all around fun.Published 21 months ago by Charly
This book arrived in a timely manner and was in very good shape. It ived had a plastic cover on it protecting it. I am very happy with the purchase.Published on May 20, 2014 by Deborah Lynch
when you think you wanna know more about an idol, be sure you can handle the unexpected. Autobiographies can be pretty raw. Good book and a great artist!Published on January 1, 2014 by Valerie, Ohio
Like other reviewers said, this reads like Meatloaf is sitting at a table with you just telling stories of his life. Some are funny, some are very sad. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Petsitter