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Easily my favorite read in a long time. Even if you don't know or don't like Patti Smith's music, this story of her relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe will inspire you.Published 2 days ago by John
It's an interesting and beautiful story told with honesty. I've always been fascinated with that period in NY, and it gives you a snapshot of the vibe and landscape.Published 2 days ago by S. Booth
Delightful-to-read memoir of two young people struggling to get by in New York City in the 1970's as they try to pursue their dreams to be artists. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Garry S Post
Patti Smith is a few years older than I am and lived with Robert Mapplethorpe near my college, Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, for a time in the late 70’s. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Eric Lee Smith
Great reading brings back lots of memories of that era. Patti writes beautifully this is my 2nd book I have read of hers. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Linda Logsdon
On public radio. I finished the book but did not really enjoy it all that much. The pictures are however pretty cool in it.Published 9 days ago by Nancy T
Loved this book. It was unlike anything I've ever read. Immediately upon finishing it, I started again at the beginning. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer