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It's a hard book to write about, other than to say the prose is often beautiful, always concise.
A good book for fans of Patti Smith, Robert Mapplethorpe or the 70s and 80s art and music scene, as well as fans of New York City.
This beautiful memoir is a testament to a deep love between two artists, Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe.
I am going through my 60s and 70s phase and this is an average book to catch the vibe of that era. I never heard of Patti Smith as I hate Rock n Roll. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Pinku
This book was slow moving with an unending story that seemed to keep repeating the same loop. Did not enjoy it.Published 5 days ago by Nancy
I can't say I'm familiar with Patti Smith or Robert Mapplethorpe's work so I read this book more for the story of their unique friendship. Read morePublished 6 days ago by D. Thrush, writer
One of the best books I have ever read. I haven't stopped thinking about it since I finished reading it. I wish I had a friend like Patti and Robert had in each other. Great story!Published 7 days ago by Elaine Jergens
One of the better memoirs, and I've read quite a few. Touching, sensitive, intelligent, caring. I was wowed. I did a collage after reading this entitled Tears for Robert.Published 7 days ago by Susan P. Mcnally
Let's start by saying Patti Smith is a great writer, she truly is. Her relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe was one that not many people would experience and so well defined... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Ceyda Eratalar