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My husband bought me a kindle for Christmas and this was the first book that I read.
Loved seeing the pictures while reading John's story..a very well written, heartfelt look into a great musicians career and life.
I have heard others say that they felt his book wasn't detailed enough, but I think that it was perfect really.
It was ok. Not as good as Andy Taylor's book. He does not go into much detail with the break ups of his girl friends or wife. Read morePublished 6 days ago by judy jones
Very entertaining read from Duran's surprisingly erudite bass player. I say surprising, because he bunked off school *a lot*. Read morePublished 7 days ago by mcair
A little more introspective than Andy, and for good reason. JT lived in and was the centre point for more of the Duran madness and it in turn, hit him harder and took more from him... Read morePublished 16 days ago by J. Hamer
A glimpse into the '80s Rock & Roll lifestyle. It's depressing as hell.Published 25 days ago by D. Barnes
As a "Durannie" from the 80's, was excited to read Andy's book when it came out, then when I found out John had one, I was thrilled, as JT was ALWAYS my favorite in Duran... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Mary Ballard
What a great vacation read!As a teenager,I was a Duranie and this book brought me back to those days as John told his story.I was sorry for it to end!!Published 1 month ago by shopalot