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i dont care for most of her singing, however, as a writer i love her. she is clear and keeps her ego out of the story. i could not book the book down.Published 23 hours ago by Joan Winter
Fantastic, from her heart, and very pure. I learned a lot, about Patti and Mapplethorpe and about my own writing.Published 1 day ago by Joan Brooks Baker
I loved this book, wanted to read everything she wrote and listen to all of her music.Published 1 day ago by Trevor Tempest
Heartfelt and warm, Smith's soaring prose tells of a very special time for artists in America we are like to never see again. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Christian Durso
Oh yes, the Godmother of Punk does not fail us at all in telling her story of youth and adventure with a deep well of talent, love and remembrance of her friend, Robert.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
An intimate love letter . Drops names like bombs and gives great insight into the artistic rennaisance of NYC in and around the 70's .Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Patti Smith is a fabulous and nuanced writer, as well as a legend in rock. Her story was wonderfully and affectionately told but without a lot of sentiment and fluff. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Blair Davis
Beautiful heart breaking mystifying illuminating: this book
can serve as guide for the young. Take risks now before you die tomorrow.