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"It reads like a novel . . . a chatty, entertaining account . . . funny and fearless. . . . Certainly now, as a late bloomer chronicling the collapse of a rock-and-roll life style as vigorously as she described its heyday, Pamela Des Barres is having the last laugh.” —Janet Maslin, The New York Times Book Review
“Bursting with candor and bittersweet warmth.” —Rolling Stone
"Rock's groupie supreme . . . offers new insights into the particulars of the sexual engine that drives rock, this time from the wiser perspective of a mature Miss Pamela. Ms. Des Barres's decision to tell her story is an act of liberation in today’s post-feminist terms. . . . There's still much to learn from Ms. Des Barres about the rock world's hidden history and its groundings in desire." —The New York Times
"She charms me every time she refuses to regret. And she regrets nothing." —Los Angeles Times
Dishy and readable—[Des Barres'] writing style is always chatty, witty, and conversational." —The Austin Chronicle blog Earache!
Unlike her first book, this one was far more frantic and grounded, just like her life. No longer the faery groupie with flowers in her hair, Miss Pamela marries her rock'n'roll... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Nocturnal
after a few pages I was pretty bored with it. first book was much betterPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
As usual this author gives us a glimpse of her glorious life she has created and I marvel at her way that she writes, and am inspired that you can do anything you dream... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cara T.
Meh. I do take strong exception to her continued use of the word 'squaw' for Native American women. I also wrote to her and told her so. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bad Pony Medicine
I love Pamela's inner voice. She has definitely led a very interesting life and her books are delightful. She's a real lady and trail blazer, for sure!Published 9 months ago by Jessi Spray
Her earlier book about her heyday years was far more interesting.Published 11 months ago by Camilee
An 80's groupie, the original. What more can you say. Rock history at its best and lowest.Published 12 months ago by Jeffrey H Bowen
all of the experiences can relate to myself and people around the world. this book is written by a women true to heart. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Red man