From Publishers Weekly
Starred Review. Frank Skinner delivers a perfect performance of Osbourne's memoir of his long and colorful career—from his humble beginnings to his days fronting Black Sabbath and rise as a successful solo artist. Skinner captures Osbourne's slurry drawl in an intimate performance that transports the listener to a quiet pub where Ozzy is holding court and swapping stories about family, factory jobs, stints in prison, drugs, sex, alcohol, guns, chickens, more drugs, band breakups. Equally compelling are Skinner's renditions of Osbourne's friends and bandmates—his Geezer Butler is a knockout. A must for fans of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, and the rock 'n' roll memoir; highly memorable and recommended. A Grand Central hardcover. (Jan.)
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Packed with outrageous, hilarious, disgusting and wholly improbable incedents Guardian A must-read for fans of vicarious rock'n'roll insanity Scotland on Sunday Every page of this hugely entertaining, sometimes painfully frank autobiography seems to have at least one punch-line to a good joke Uncut Mightily entertaining Heat A frank and honest account that will make you laugh out loud ... A brilliant read Sun Gripping, funny and sad Q
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