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“[A]n entertaining autobiography….[Criss] keeps the focus on the rock and roll, which results in the best—and most honest—account of Kiss craziness during the band’s heyday in the 1970s.” (Publishers Weekly)
"A must read for all past andpresent KISS fans and fans of no-holds-barred rock ‘n’ roll tell-alls.” (Library Journal)
“KISS fans will love every word.” (Rolling Stone)
“Makeup To Breakup” is the best KISS book to come from a band member and much of that is due to the emotional undercurrent omnipresent in Peter’s story. You feel his excitement, you feel his pain and it’s so easy to read it’s almost cinematic….As it stands, it’s easily a four star effort. Well done, Catman. (legendaryrockstarinterviews.com)
Peter Criss co-founded KISS in 1973 along with Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, and Ace Frehley. He left the band in 1979, embarking on a solo career. In 1995, he reunited with KISS, resulting in a phenomenally successful world tour before he left the band again in 2004. Criss appeared in the HBO series Oz in 2002, and he continues to write and record music. His most recent solo album, 2007’s One for All, reached #36 on the Billboard Top Independent Album list.
Larry “Ratso” Sloman is best known as Howard Stern’s collaborator on what were then the two fastest selling books in publishing history, Private Parts and Miss America. Sloman’s recent collaborations include Mysterious Stranger, with magician David Blaine, and Scar Tissue, the memoir of Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis—both books were New York Times bestsellers.
Good book even though Peter seems like a winner and worried about what other people think and do.Published 6 days ago by Yoda3647
Peter and Ace's book are the story of true rockers, they lived the dream and the life! Peter's story was awesome to read as it too, walked along side my youth...Published 21 days ago by Kimberly Ames
As with all of these books, you have to take them with a grain of salt. Gene and Paul have their version and Peter has his version of events. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jason Goris
Peter doesn't sugar coat anything, even his own demons. A must read for any KISS fan who wants to know the real truth about the band.Published 2 months ago by Quazar